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Submissions

07 June 2018

The ATA has raised competition concerns about the proposed acquisition of WestConnex by the Sydney Transport Partners Consortium (STP), including Transurban.

01 June 2018

There is a pressing need for a regulatory and tax reform agenda to enhance productivity and investment in the trucking industry, and as a result, underpin the competitiveness of Australian businesses and supply chains.

23 May 2018

The Australian Trucking Association is strongly disappointed in the combined approach of governments to improve heavy vehicle rest areas and the lack of priority it places on safety and addressing fatigue for drivers.

10 May 2018

Concerns have been raised in the industry about the interpretation of possible rear light configurations when additional “tail/stop/indicator lights are added to vehicles (trailers).

22 March 2018

The amendments to the HVNL in the Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Act 2016 and this bill are important to the safety of trucking businesses and road users generally. The NHVR and industry bodies have delivered extensive training about the amendments up and down the supply chain. As a result, the ATA considers that the amendments should be proclaimed and brought into force as soon as possible, with minimal or no delay.

05 March 2018

The ATA advocates for implementation of an ambitious ‘Towards Zero’ safety culture through the next National Road Safety Strategy (NRSS).

12 February 2018

The ATA does not support the rollout of voluntary Electronic Work Diaries, as proposed by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.

02 February 2018

The Australian Government should save 148 lives in the coming years by mandating stability control for new trucks and trailers, the ATA’s response to the consultation regulatory impact statement [PDF, 4.7MB] on mandating stability control for heavy vehicles says.

10 January 2018

Road freight is an enabler of opportunity, allowing business to reach domestic and international markets, consumers to purchase goods, farms to sell their produce, and construction materials to enable new developments.

01 December 2017

A robust safety assurance system along with legislation and laws to support the use and ongoing compliance of automated vehicles, Automated Driving System Entities (ADSEs) and their users is essential.

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