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Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development
Published Date 22 Oct 2019

Heavy Vehicle National Law

Heavy Vehicle Stated Maps – Suspension and Amendment Notice 2019 (No.15)

Statutory Instrument Series:

Stated Maps – Amendment Notice

1               Authorising provision

1)      This Notice is made under the following provisions of the Heavy Vehicle National Law:

 

a)      Section 175, immediately suspending or amending the routes listed in Schedule 1 of this Notice to prevent or minimize serious harm to public safety or significant damage to road infrastructure; and

b)      Section 174, cancelling or amending the routes listed in Schedule 1 of this Notice.

2               Purpose

The purpose of this Notice is to amend stated maps for vehicles at the request of road managers.  

3               Commencement Date

1)      Suspension or amendment of the routes in Schedule 1 under s1(1)(a) above commences immediately upon publication of this Notice; and

2)      Cancellation or amendment of the routes in Schedule 1 under s1(1)(b) above commences 28 days after publication of this Notice.

 

4               Title

This Notice may be cited as the Heavy Vehicle Stated Maps – Suspension and Amendment Notice 2019 (No.15)

5               Application

This Notice applies in all participating jurisdictions.  

6               Amendments

The specified networks in Column 2 of Schedule 1 to this Notice are amended as specified in Column 4 for the Road Manager’s reasons shown in Column 5.

Dated: 21 October 2019

 

Jose Arredondo

Manager Network Access Policy

National Heavy Vehicle Regulator


Schedule 1: Table of Amended Routes

COLUMN 1 Authorising Provision

COLUMN 2

Network

COLUMN 3 Locality

COLUMN 4

Changes to Route

COLUMN 5

Road Manager Reasons for Change

s174 and s175 HVNL

New South Wales

19m B Double

23m B Double

25/26m B Double

Rappville

Remove the following road from the networks:

Murray Street (from Bailey Street to Nandabah Street)

Severe property and associated infrastructure damage by bushfire is an immediate risk to public safety.