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MAV Infrastructure Forum 26 th February 2015. Improvement initiatives - VicRoads  Delegation agreement  Heavy Vehicle Map Networks: – reducing the need.

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1 MAV Infrastructure Forum 26 th February 2015

2 Improvement initiatives - VicRoads  Delegation agreement  Heavy Vehicle Map Networks: – reducing the need for councils to process and operators to submit individual permit applications – gazetted and pre-approved roads, approved with conditions, restricted roads – accessed via VicRoads website (mobile device compatible) – 9 map networks launched with more planned  New Notice – 4 & 5 axle crane and map network - no permit required for travel on approved roads  OSOM Annual Permit Scheme – including map network (permit still required)  Platform trailer and gooseneck policy - up to 12 axles per line  System improvements – launching new web based permit application and payment process – rollout Apr 2015  Ongoing engagement and communication with council’s and industry associations on new initiatives  Improved permit process reporting capabilities assisting to identify bottlenecks 2

3 Improvement initiatives – Local Gov’t  Continued reduction in road manager consent turnaround times – 3.4 days (Jul 2014) down to 2.2 days (Jan 2015, average business days)  Improved road manager consent request processes: – Consent request inbox – Improved permits team to council officer communication  Ongoing expansion of map network pre-approvals/ gazetted routes – working closely with VicRoads Network Access Officer 3

4 Permit processing performance  Average overall permit processing duration: – Class 1 heavy vehicle permit applications for intrastate travel 4 Average number of days measured in business days (excluding weekends and public holidays)

5 Permit processing performance  Average road manager consent processing duration: – Class 1 heavy vehicle permit applications for intrastate travel 5 Average number of days measured in business days (excluding weekends and public holidays)

6 Consent performance (Mar 2014 – Feb 2015) 6

7 7 Consent demand (Mar 2014 – Feb 2015)

8 Improvement Opportunities  Road Manager consent timeframes  Management of personal inboxes to alleviate delays  Delegations  Leave management  Clarity of responses  Use reply function for consent responses  Pre-approvals and gazetting routes  State-wide activities 8

9 Permit Conditions  NHVR has re-initiated work with jurisdictions and local government associations to standardise permit conditions  Work already completed by MAV with local government representatives  MAV study is seen as a key input and may form the basis of future guidelines and recommendations for potential standardisation 9

10 VicRoads heavy vehicle map networks 10 https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/business-and-industry/heavy-vehicle- industry/heavy-vehicle-map-networks-in-victoria Website location and structure of heavy vehicle map network related information

11 VicRoads heavy vehicle map networks 11  9 heavy vehicle networks released to date:

12  Journeys that do not deviate from approved roads, do not require a permit from VicRoads/ NHVR.  The suite of maps provides functions for searching, printing and location bookmarks.  Within the maps, drivers and operators can conveniently click on any route for further details including any road conditions that may apply.  The maps adjust to various screen dimensions including smart phones and tablets, which is highly beneficial to drivers on the road.  Maps can be printed from any device and layers can be turned on or off to show the road status and identify local government boundaries. What are the key features of the system? 12

13 What are the benefits to industry and governments?  Reducing regulatory burden for industry and government.  Reduction in the number of permit applications.  Assisting councils in their role as road managers under the HVNL.  Example: Development of the 4 & 5 axle all terrain mobile crane network (Released with 700 roads in May 2014, now includes approximately 15,000 arterial and local roads). 13

14 Map selection view 14 Button (+/-) Expands / collapses map information Link to online map Links to other relevant information, eg. Gazette notices, bulletins

15 Map Network View 15 Info selection buttons Details Find my location Legend Layers Bookmarks Print Info window Road info window Selected road

16 Map Network View – Example of municipality boundaries 16  Pre approved roads are easily identifiable


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