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22 December 2016

 

Productivity reforms to road freight and greater use of High Productivity Vehicles (HPVs) are critical reforms for a more prosperous economy, as outlined in the ATA submission to the Productivity Review.

Road freight is critical to the economy and productivity reforms in the sector can deliver significant gains to the wider economy. Increasing the use of HPVs can move more freight on less trucks, delivering productivity gains in the road freight sector.

16 December 2016

The investigative powers in the national truck law should be simplified and streamlined, the ATA submission to the NTC review of the investigative and enforcement powers in the Heavy Vehicle National Law says.

21 October 2016

The ATA has supported the passage of the Heavy Vehicle National Law and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016, in its submission to the Queensland Parliament’s inquiry into the proposed legislation.

06 October 2016

The ATA has provided the NTC with industry feedback on its PBS Marketplace consultation paper.

28 September 2016

The ATA has recommended in its submission to the National Transport Commission (NTC) to increase volumetric load capacity in semi-trailers and heavy vehicles without further increasing mass limits.

09 September 2016

In its submission to the development of the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee work plan, the ATA has called for improving truck driver licensing training and assessment to be a high priority.

18 August 2016

The ATA’s submission to the National Transport Commission’s review of the PAYGO system for setting truck and bus charges argues that truck registration labels should be abolished and businesses should be allowed to pay their registration charges monthly.

08 July 2016

The ATA has urged the NTC to adopt the ATA’s long standing position of supporting the grounding of heavy vehicles for speeding offences of 15 km/h or more over the open road 100 km/h limit when the detected speeding occurs on a flat road.

07 July 2016

Following the initial submission to the NTC in March 2016 concerning regulatory options for autonomous vehicles, the ATA has provided further comments to the NTC for consideration.

29 April 2016

The ATA has called for corporate officers and directors to be held personally liable under the Heavy Vehicle National Law for exercising due diligence to prevent 34 specific safety critical offences, as part of this submission to the NTC’s executive officer liability review.

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