The National Transport Commission (NTC) has welcomed the outcome of the 2015 Review of the NTC which was released today.
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The National Transport Commission (NTC) today released the latest version of the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, with updates to better meet community and industry needs, and align with international best-practice.
New NTC projects to help Australia prepare for driverless vehicles and address strategic transport problems
The National Transport Commission (NTC) will embark on three new projects to address Australia’s current and emerging strategic transport challenges after business cases were approved by Australia’s transport ministers.
A report released by the NTC today shows the NTC’s reform projects are working to make a difference to the safety and productivity of Australia’s transport systems.
The NTC today released a proposed reform to reduce the amount of paperwork businesses that transport limited quantities of products classified as dangerous goods must complete.
Details of new chain of responsibility reforms have been published by the NTC.
Ministers approve next step to reduce the number of unroadworthy heavy vehicles on Australia’s roads
Details of Heavy Vehicle Roadworthiness reforms have been published by the NTC.
Have your say about the proposed changes to the Assessing Fitness to Drive medical standards and guidelines
Heavy vehicle drivers and operators are a step closer to being able to replace their onerous written work diaries with electronic work diaries (EWDs) with the passing of the Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill 2015.
A discussion paper released today by the National Transport Commission (NTC) proposes agreed terminology, systems and processes that will enable a new framework to support comparable and accessible data across industry, governments and enforcement agencies.
Chain of responsibility law reform for Australia’s transport industry is a step closer with the release today of a National Transport Commission (NTC) discussion paper detailing the proposed specific requirements of participants in the supply chain.
Reforms to Australia’s chain of responsibility laws have received in-principle support from Australia’s transport ministers.
Productivity will become a major focus of the National Transport Commission’s (NTC) work over the next four years with a new work program released today that features a range of projects designed to boost Australia’s transport networks.
Australians are choosing to buy far more fuel efficient cars than they were ten years ago according to the New Australian Light Vehicles Carbon Dioxide Emissions Intensity 2014 released by the National Transport Commission (NTC) today.
Stakeholders have been encouraged to submit their views on the annual change to the road user charge on fuel for heavy vehicles.
The National Transport Commission (NTC) today released four packages of options designed to improve the roadworthiness of the heavy vehicles that use Australia’s road networks.