Consultation on proposed changes to the way heavy vehicle charges are set and invested
The Transport and Infrastructure Ministers have asked for public consultation on proposed changes to how heavy vehicle charges are set and invested. The proposed changes are detailed in the consultation paper DOCX: 6225 KB PDF: 4750 KB .
You can find out more about the proposed changes by watching the informational video:
Some pre-recorded presentations are also available, that supplement the consultation paper with more detailed explanation of different aspects of the proposed changes. In PowerPoint, select ‘Slide Show’ and then play from the beginning to hear the recorded narration.
- Presentation module 1: Overview PPTX: 9175 KB
- Presentation module 2: Service level standards PPTX: 11944 KB
- Presentation module 3: Forward-looking cost base PPTX: 22717 KB
- Presentation module 4: How heavy vehicle charges are set—now and proposed PPTX: 19613 KB
- Presentation module 5: Regional, rural and remote roads PPTX: 18673 KB
If you would like to share your views on the proposed changes, you are invited to attend an online workshop session and/or make a written submission regarding issues raised in the consultation paper.
To register your interest in attending a workshop session, or to make a written submission, please email HVRR@infrastructure.gov.au. Please note that by making a submission, you agree to your submission and personal information being stored and used by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications in accordance with this Privacy Notice.
Closing date for submissions: 11.59 pm AEDT on Wednesday 28 October 2020.
If you wish to make a formal written submission, please do so via email. All information (including name and address details) contained in submissions may be made available in public on the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers website unless you indicate that you would like all or part of your submission to be treated in confidence. Automatically generated confidentiality statements in emails do not suffice for this purpose. Respondents who would like part of their submission to remain in confidence should provide this information marked as such in a separate attachment.
Legal requirements, such as those imposed by the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth), may affect the confidentiality of your submission.