Transport for NSW is seeking feedback on the Freight Policy Reform Program to investigate the freight logistics chain.

The Freight Policy Reform Program will review ports, rail, road and intermodal facilities, to determine the best policy framework to optimise safety, productivity and sustainability, in response to current and emerging drivers of demand.

The Freight Policy Reform Program will be informed by the Freight Policy Reform Advisory Panel (the Panel) and will be delivered by Transport for NSW, with the Minister retaining responsibility for program oversight and decision making.

A Consultation Paper for the Reform has been published, outlining the freight task in NSW at present, the key drivers of change, strategic policy issues for consideration and poses questions for stakeholder input.

Tell us what you think

Have your say by completing a survey or submission by Friday 31 May 2024.

Please refer to the Consultation Paper to guide your feedback.

Submissions on the Consultation Paper will be considered to inform and shape the Freight Policy Reform Program. The Consultation Paper provides context, a common understanding of the freight system in NSW and guiding principles to inform the consideration of short, medium and long-term actions. Sections 4 and 5 will guide you to the issues and questions for which we are seeking your input.

You can opt in to answer all questions or choose to provide input on particular areas only.

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