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A trial for the inclusion of length signage on the back of road trains is underway. Find out more and have your say now!
A new Travel Impacts tools brings you options to search and filter
A new Heavy Vehicle Travel Impacts tool now offers you more ways to find the information that may impose restrictions on RAV or OSOM journeys. A new 'TIN' (Travel Impact Number) reference has also been added and will be referenced on permit conditions.
- Filter by OSOM or RAV
- Filter by Region(s)
- Search by TIN
- Search by location
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New features and enhancements are now available in MOVES
Enhancements and new features in MOVES are aimed to improve efficiency and streamline our services by allowing you to manage your applications and payments in one place.
What is MOVES?
MOVES is Heavy Vehicle Services online portal that provides registered users the ability to undertake a range of heavy vehicle self service functions, benefiting Heavy Vehicle Transport Operator’s and Heavy Vehicle Licensed Pilot’s.
You will be able to make payments, submit supporting documentation, edit your information, plus more.
Learn more about what’s changed, and how this will benefit you on the MOVES page.
Remote Areas Consultative Group (RACG)
The RACG is made up of transport, heavy vehicle industry, research bodies and road agency representatives from Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) and the Commonwealth.
The group was established in 2004 to provide a forum for matters affecting operations and transport in remote areas and its purpose is to provide a forum for members to focus on remote area operations and cross border issues with a view to:
- advise the Infrastructure and Transport Senior Officials’ Committee (ITSOC) and the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers’ Meeting (ITMM) (through ITSOC), on priority reforms for remote areas;
- improve the efficiency and productivity of transport in remote areas; and
- maximise safety and environmental outcomes.
Western Australia, is the host state for 2021-2022, with the Main Roads Western Australia – Heavy Vehicle Services hosting meetings during this term.
Queensland will be the host state for 2023-2024.
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