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Administered by: Infrastructure and Regional Development
Published Date 16 Dec 2016

HEAVY VEHICLE NATIONAL LAW

SOUTH AUSTRALIA CLASS 2 HEAVY VEHICLE 25m TO 30m ROAD TRAIN AUTHORISATION NOTICE 2017 (No.1)

1.       Purpose

The purpose of this Notice is to authorise the use of class 2 heavy vehicles that are road trains longer than 25 metres and no longer than 30 metres in stated areas or on stated routes in South Australia, during stated hours of stated days, and to state the conditions under which these heavy vehicles may be used.

Note:- This Notice replaces the South Australia Class 2 Heavy Vehicle 25m to 30m Road Train Authorisation Notice 2016 (No.1).

2.       Authorising Provisions

This Notice is made under section 138 of the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

3.       Title

This Notice may be cited as the South Australia Class 2 Heavy Vehicle 25m to 30m Road Train Authorisation Notice 2017 (No.1).

4.       Commencement

This Notice commences on 1 January 2017.

5.       Expiry

This Notice expires on 31 December 2019.

6.       Applications

 

(1)    This Notice applies to road trains that are longer than 25 metres and no longer than 30 metres.

(2)    This Notice applies in South Australia.

 

 

 

(3)    The driver and operator of a road train described in sections 9 and 10 must comply with all conditions set out in Schedule 3 to the National Class 2 Heavy Vehicle Road Train Authorisation (Notice) 2015 except as varied by this Notice.

7.       Stated areas or routes

A road train operating under this Notice may use the routes set out in the road train network titled ’32.0m Road Train network (GML)’ and ‘Commodity Routes – Road Train (GML)’ published by the South Australian Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure.

Note: a link to the maps mentioned in this section may be found at http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/ravnet

 

Title: Signature of CEO of National Heavy Vehicle Regulator - Description: Raymond Hassal
Chief Executive Officer
National Heavy Vehicle RegulatorDated:     15 December 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Raymond Hassall

Chief Executive Officer

National Heavy Vehicle Regulator