Don’t use IAP for fatigue and speed monitoring

Governments should not base the specifications for future electronic speed and fatigue management systems on the Intelligent Access Program (IAP), but should instead piggyback off the existing systems used by trucking companies.

Performance Based Standards revisited

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A review of the national Performance Based Standards reform has identified improvements to ensure the scheme realises the Council of Australian Government’s objective for continuous productivity gains.

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Transport industry not sustainable: NTC

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National Transport Commission chief Nick Dimopoulos has warned that transport policies and practice in their current forms are both contributing to, and threatened by, climate change, and called for an end to suburban sprawl.

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ATA urges NTC to be inclusive

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The ATA has urged the review of the National Transport Commission to give more say to industry operators and to not expand the powers of the body.

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Single rail regulator will end blame game, lure investment: NTC

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Creating a single national rail safety regulator will put an end to the blame game over the rail safety and tap investment in rail, according to the National Transport Commission (NTC).

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Fatigue laws

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SMART roads for heavy vehicles

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As a first step toward an integrated road network for SMART heavy vehicles, the National Transport Commission (NTC) has published initial maps.

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Asciano proposes solutions for greener transport

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Rail operator Asciano Group has called for the abolition of metropolitan rail curfews for freight goods and tax credits for freight forwarders that use low-emissions methods, along with the reassessment of land transport pricing.

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Moves to improve rail productivity

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The National Transport Commission (NTC) has called for public comment on a rail productivity issues paper.

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NTC to help truckies get paid

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In a move to save the accident-ridden and fuel cost-hit trucking industry, the National Transport Commission (NTC) is set to review payment systems for heavy vehicle drivers.

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