|Note: These schemes provide Transport for NSW with aggregated and de-identified data on enrolled PBS Level 1 and 2 vehicles. For similar schemes that provide identifiable data at a higher level of assurance to Transport for NSW, see TMA PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring Schemes.|
About PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring
Performance-Based Standards (PBS) road network access in NSW is based on four PBS performance levels (1-4) and access classes ‘A’ and ‘B’ as stated in the PBS Network Classification Guidelines.
Only networks for PBS performance levels 1 and 2 are applicable to PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring schemes, as shown below:
Vehicles belonging to the categories shown above may operate on approved network routes shown on the Transport for NSW PBS map, under a permit issued by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), if they comply with entry rules on the Transport for NSW website and PBS road network access conditions.
Transport operators must conform with the requirements specified within the NHVR permit. Enrolment in an appropriate scheme of the RIM application is one of these requirements.
Enrolling in a RIM PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring Scheme
Transport operators can enrol vehicles in one of the following RIM PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring schemes by contacting a certified Application Service Provider (ASP):
- RIM PBS Level 1A Vehicle Monitoring Scheme
- RIM PBS Level 1B Vehicle Monitoring Scheme
- RIM PBS Level 2A Vehicle Monitoring Scheme
- RIM PBS Level 2B Vehicle Monitoring Scheme.
Data generated from enrolled vehicles is sent to TCA from each ASP. Aggregated and de-identified reports are made available to Transport for NSW and participating local governments via the Telematics Analytics Platform (TAP).
Further details about the operation of a RIM PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring scheme are available in the RIM PBS Level 1 and 2 Vehicle Monitoring Schemes document.
For more information on this scheme, please contact us.
Last updated on 29 September 2021