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Submissions

07 May 2019

The ATA has called for the next Australian Government to take action on fuel security.

The trucking industry depends on diesel. Without diesel to fuel our trucks, Australia’s supermarkets would be empty. 

Australia has signed an international treaty that says we will maintain an emergency stockpile of 90 days worth of liquid fuel. In December 2018, there was only 22 days of diesel in the whole of Australia.

23 April 2019

The Newell Highway Corridor Strategy and the Princes Highway Corridor Strategy are being developed by the Australian Government in partnership with relevant state governments.

The strategies are intended to develop an evidence base for a whole of corridor perspective on the current and future needs, issues and priorities for these important highways. They will also guide future government investment decisions.

17 April 2019

Standards Australia Committee ME057 is reviewing AS 2809 – Road Tank Vehicles for Dangerous Goods. The ATA has submitted comments to the draft documents of parts 1 and 2 of the review.

30 November 2018

Access to co-operative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS) and automated vehicle (AV) data should be limited to uses that benefit the general public and improve safety outcomes.

Data generated by C-ITS and AV technologies offers the potential to underpin continued innovation in transport safety and efficiency. However, operators using these systems in their fleets have highlighted the need for driver confidence regarding the protection of their privacy.  

06 November 2018

The NHVR’s Safety Policy must support an effective response to safety recommendations from independent no blame safety investigations and the potential of technology to improve safety outcomes.

31 August 2018

The planned independent price regulator for truck charges must have the power to regulate toll road and landside port charges. Extra local government road use charges must be banned, this ATA submission says.

17 August 2018

Transurban’s draft undertaking to the ACCC does not address the ATA’s concerns about the proposed acquisition of WestConnex.

02 August 2018

The National Transport Commission should change a draft amendment to the heavy vehicle standards that would require all trailer safety equipment to be connected to its hauling vehicle – even if it cannot be connected.

12 July 2018

Automated driving systems must be subject to independent, no-blame safety investigations.

10 July 2018

The load restraint provisions in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) conflict with the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADGC) and must be fixed.

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