Schemes

For Service Providers

The following tables summarise the operating arrangements in place for various applications of the National Telematics Framework.

Road Infrastructure Management (RIM)

Scheme State Specific location(s) Who’ll be interested?  Summary of access arrangement Benefits Getting started
Safety, Productivity, Construction and Environment Transport Scheme (SPECTS) NSW Greater Sydney: Sydney Newcastle Wollongong Transport operators involved in construction activities Eligible vehicles can carry extra mass. Note: dependency on type of vehicle Increased payloads 1. Comply with operating conditions set out in the SPECTS Business Rules.
2. Notify the registered provider of RIM for monitoring to begin.
Dangerous Goods Movement Study NSW Sydney (greater metropolitan area) Transport operators and industry associations involved in moving dangerous goods This is a research activity, and is not immediately related to improved access The study aims to better understand dangerous goods movements, especially around restricted infrastructure, but also regards urban encroachment and future planning. 1. Contact TCA to get a copy of the consent form and information.
Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency SchemeNSW Port Botany Transport operators involved in transporting containers in and out of Port Botany Increased mass limits (CML) without needing the Mass Management Module of the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS). Increased payloads Cost savings associated with NHVAS accreditation (particularly for smaller operators). 1. Comply with the operating conditions included in the Port Botany Container Efficiency Notice.
2. Notify the registered provider of RIM for monitoring to begin.

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Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

Scheme State Specific location(s) Who’ll be interested? Summary of access arrangement  Benefits Getting started
PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme TAS Across Tasmania Transport operators of PBS vehicles operating in Tasmania New network access for 
PBS-approved A-Doubles or 30 m B-Doubles.
Productivity and safety gains by using PBS vehicles on approved parts of the Tasmanian road network   Comply with permit conditions. Have Category B or C type-approved OBM systems fitted to the combination. Notify the certified provider of TMA for monitoring to begin.
Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) Monitoring Scheme TAS Across Tasmania Transport operators of SPVs such as cranes operating in Tasmania Improved network access Increased payloads Access to new parts of the network, that may have previously been not permitted. Comply with permit conditions. Notify the certified provider of TMA for monitoring to begin.
Hill Descent Monitoring – Roelands Hill SchemeWA Roelands Hill Transport operators involved in transporting primary produce from regional areas 36.5-meter Category 7 (A) AB-triple combinations, with a tri-axle dolly and tri-axle trailers can operate at concessional mass limits on Roelands HillTransport operators can avoid the need to decouple vehicles to access metropolitan locations and ports (via Roelands Hill). Comply with permit conditions. Notify the certified provider of TMA for monitoring to begin.
Hill Descent Monitoring – Bedfordale Hill SchemeWA Bedfordale HillTransport operators involved in transporting primary produce from regional areas36.5-meter A-Double combinations (prime mover, semi-trailer towing a 5 or 6 axle dog trailer) can operate at concessional mass limits on Bedfordale HillTransport operators can avoid the need to decouple vehicles to access metropolitan locations and ports (via Bedfordale Hill).Comply with permit conditions. Notify the certified provider of TMA for monitoring to begin.

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Last updated on March 30th, 2020