Charges may yet be laid over a crash that killed a 16-year-old dirt bike rider in Darwin's rural area last year, after the Northern Territory coroner referred the matter back to police.
E-scooter provider Lime lashes out at its rivals and threatens legal action after Adelaide City Council decides to award permits to operate within the CBD to two of the company's rivals.
Animal rights activists block one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, chaining themselves to vans and disrupting 11 tram routes during peak hour.
The culture within Tasmania's state-owned ports operator is called into question amid an exodus of managers, staff being "stressed beyond belief" and safety concerns.
Victorian public transport users will be able to put away their Myki cards and tap on using their smartphones, but only if they use Android, as the Government has yet to come to an agreement with Apple.
Over the past seven weeks, ABC readers have been submitting questions about the NSW election — in the process, you actually told us three things would decide your vote this Saturday. Here's a peek.
Uber developed and deployed a spyware program in its Australian office in an attempt to crush a local start-up that was backed by billionaire James Packer.
Fewer cars, less congestion, less pollution. It's a tantalising prospect, but do the promises of free public transport stack up? And would free fares actually persuade people to embrace it?
When Australian transport authorities realised they were being played by Uber, they fought back, using fake names, multiple phones and credit cards in a sting operation to dodged the rideshare giant's spyware.
Indigenous ranger groups call on the Northern Territory Government to deal with the snowballing "nightmare" of driving fines in remote communities, which is leading to financial hardship and imprisonment.