This scheme is made available by Transport for NSW to:
- improve the safety and efficiency of freight movements between Port Botany and freight centres in the greater Sydney area; and
- improve access and road infrastructure investment decisions.
To participate in the scheme, transport operators must conform with the requirements specified within Part B of the Notice that will be published on the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator website.
Find out more details on the scheme by downloading a copy of the RIM Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency Scheme (NSW) document.
Participation in the RIM application, which is administered through TCA as part of the National Telematics Framework, is one of these requirements. RIM is a Level 1 Assurance application.
To offer services for this scheme, an application service provider must be registered by TCA to offer RIM services. A telematics device or similar can be used in the scheme.
TCA will aggregate, de-identify and analyse data received through the RIM application, and will make reports available via the Telematics Analytics Platform (TAP).
Last updated on 8 February 2023