TMA PBS Level 2B Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

NSW Performance Based Standards (PBS) Telematics Conditions

PBS Vehicles that meet Tier 1 Bridge Formulae

It is a road access condition that all PBS vehicles/combinations (i.e. Level 1-4) that meet Tier 1 bridge formulae be enrolled in a:

  • minimum of Road Infrastructure Management (RIM) when operating at General Mass Limits (GML) or Concessional Mass Limits (CML); and
  • either the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) or Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA) when operating at Higher Mass Limits (HML).
PBS Vehicles that do not meet Tier 1 Bridge Formulae

PBS vehicles/combinations at all performance levels (i.e. Level 1-4) that do not meet Tier 1 bridge formulae for the level of access being requested (i.e. Tier 2 and/or Tier 3) are required to be enrolled in either the IAP or TMA when operating at GML, CML or HML.

The National Class 2 Performance Based Standards (Tier 1) Authorisation Notice 2021 (No.1) commenced on 27 October 2021. Class 2 PBS Level 1 & 2A Truck and Dogs can still operate under the National Class 2 PBS Level 1 & 2A Truck and Dog Trailer Authorisation Notice 2021.

NSW PBS Access Maps

Performance Based Standards (PBS) Transport for NSW Information Website

National Class 2 Performance Based Standards (Tier 1) Operator’s Guide

National Class 2 Performance Based Standards Vehicle (Tier 1) Authorisation Notice 2021

National Class 2 PBS Level 1 & 2A Truck and Dog Trailer Authorisation Notice 2021

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Other schemes where a Telematics Condition is required

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 8-Axle SPVs Up to 96 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 8-Axle SPVs up to 96 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – Rough Terrain Mobile Cranes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of rough terrain mobile cranes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 9-Axle SPVs Up to 108 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 9-Axle SPVs up to 108 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

Special Purpose Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

Commencement Date: 12th August 2019
TAS

Required to obtain access under Notice or via Permit for specific Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs)

Advised Application

Class 1 Load Carrying Vehicles

Advised Commencement Date: 1st July 2021
NSW

The Multi-State Class 1 Load Carrying Vehicles Dimension Exemption Notice allows eligible Class 1 load carrying vehicles in NSW to operate up to 5.0m wide, 5.0m high, 30.0m long and 7.5m rear overhang on approved (state owned) routes in NSW, and in compliance with the conditions of the Notice and this Operator’s Guide.

Advised Application

Class 1 Load Carrying Combination (Hunter Region)

Advised Commencement Date: 1st July 2021
NSW

Exempts class 1 heavy vehicle combinations consisting of a prime mover and approved trailers, including dollies if required, from certain mass and dimension requirements under the HVNL. In addition, this notice exempts certain specialist vehicles such as block trucks that are used to assist the operation of class 1 combinations.

Road Infrastructure Management (RIM)

Oversize Overmass Vehicle Movement Scheme

Commencement Date: 1st June 2020
NSW

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has introduced a new option for vehicles performing Oversize Overmass (OSOM) movements in NSW with extended duration permits.

Road Infrastructure Management (RIM)

Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency Scheme

Commencement Date: 11th June 2019
NSW

Eligible vehicles carrying one or more shipping containers to or from a prescribed stevedore’s terminal can benefit from Concessional Mass Limits (CML) with an exemption to specific mass requirements under the National Heavy Vehicle Law (NHVL).

Road Infrastructure Management (RIM)

Safety, Productivity & Environment Construction Transport Scheme (SPECTS)

Commencement Date: 1st July 2016
NSW

SPECTS allows participating heavy vehicles greater network access and the ability to carry more construction materials, in return for meeting higher environmental, safety and compliance standards.