The Australian Government should call for an update to the international fuel stockpiling rules and take responsibility for holding emergency fuel stocks, the Australian Trucking Association said in this submission to the Department of Industry’s Energy Green Paper.
This ATA submission to the NTC review of access to PBS mass limits for truck and trailer combinations conveys the feedback received from ATA member associations and industry stakeholders.
Australia should retain its existing system of Australian Design Rules (ADRs) for heavy vehicles, the ATA recommended in its submission to the Australian Government’s review of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act.
Australia’s transport ministers should wind down the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) in its current form, the ATA said in its submission to the joint NTC/NHVR heavy vehicle roadworthiness review.
In this submission to the National Transport Commission, the ATA has expressed its support for the five recommendations contained in the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) Review draft report.
The Senate should pass government amendments to the fuel tax credits system as part of reintroducing fuel tax indexation, the ATA said in its submission on fuel tax indexation to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee.
The Australian Tax Office should redraft its motor vehicle expense benchmarks for small trucking businesses, the ATA has said in this submission to the Board of Taxation’s small business tax impediments review.
The Queensland Parliament should fix the broken ‘must carry’ provisions by passing Part 3 of the Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 as is, the ATA has said in this submission to the QLD Transport, Housing and Local Government Committee.
The future competitiveness of Australia’s agricultural industry will be impacted by the trucking industry’s ability to service it, the ATA has said in this submission to the Federal Government.
The Productivity Commission should not support the Heavy Vehicle Charging and Investment (HVCI) Reform process, the ATA’s submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry into public infrastructure says.