TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Schemes

About the Scheme:

The Department of State Growth (DSG), Tasmania, Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA), and the Department of  Transport and Main Roads offer a scheme to enable the operation of heavier and larger Performance Based Standards (PBS) combinations.

Benefits of the Scheme:

In TAS, the scheme allows the operation of PBS Level 2 combinations which exceed 26m and/or 68.5t GCM.

In WA, the scheme allows PBS Combinations approved by the NHVR to gain an equivalent network access in WA.

In QLD, the scheme allows the operation of PBS combinations on a greater network via permit where TMA is required and not Smart OBM when operating at GML or CML.

Regulatory Telematics Requirements:

TMA is a requirement for all eligible vehicles of this scheme.

Related Access Instruments:

TAS Heavy Vehicle Access Management System (HVAMS):

Eligible Vehicles:

PBS Level 2 combinations which exceed 26m and/or 68.5t GCM.

Network Map:

Heavy Vehicle Access Management System (HVAMS) (Network Map)

A PBS Permit issued by the MRWA:

Eligible Vehicles:

PBS Combinations approved by the NHVR and acknowledged by MRWA to have an equivalent access arrangement.

Network Map:

Heavy Vehicle Services Mainroads WA (Network Map)

A PBS Permit issued by the NHVR:

Eligible Vehicles:

PBS Combinations approved by the NHVR.

Additional Resources:

Western Australia (WA)

WA Performance Based Standards (PBS)

Tasmania (TAS)

Heavy Vehicle Access Management System (HVAMS)

Schemes

TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (WA)

TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (TAS)

TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (WA)

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TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (TAS)

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