Austroads report to inform heavy vehicle road charging reforms

Austroads has published a series of reports detailing the findings of a project which has investigated different aspects of the requirements, gaps, and opportunities for supplying infrastructure data suitable for supporting a future heavy vehicle cost recovery and investment process.

The project represents a total of seven years of work from 2013 to 2020.

The issue of heavy vehicle charging models remains contentious and is only set for more pain as the implications of zero emissions vehicles are considered.

Federal State and Territory Transport Ministers set prices each year under the auspices of The Transport and Infrastructure Council.

The National Transport Commission is charged by the Australian Government to undertake public consultation on proposed increases to heavy vehicle charges.

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