Heavy Vehicle Industry Compliance
Roads and Maritime Services aims to improve road safety for the heavy vehicle industry and the wider community through effective regulatory programs, and high quality compliance, enforcement and adjudication programs and systems.
Roads and Maritime Services enforces heavy vehicle compliance with road transport laws by checking heavy vehicles for mechanical roadworthiness, mass limits, dimension limits, load restraint, driver licensing and vehicle registration, and driver work/rest hours.
Roads and Maritime publishes regular reports summarising key statistics and trends on heavy vehicle compliance programs for the information of the heavy vehicle industry, decision makers, and the community.
Please view or download the Heavy Vehicle Compliance Snapshot Report - June 2020.
NSW Bus Industry Compliance - Industry snapshot
Roads and Maritime Services regulates bus operators and drivers under the Passenger Transport Act 1990 and 2014 and also regulates buses and coaches as heavy vehicles under Road Transport legislation.
We publish regular reports summarising key statistics and trends on NSW buses and compliance programs for the information of the bus industry, decision makers and the community. You can view the NSW Bus Industry quarterly updates for more information.
|Bus industry Compliance Statistics and Trends Report||1.87Mb|
|Heavy Vehicle Compliance Report||1.68Mb|
Bus industry quarterly dashboard reports
|Bus industry report Q2 2020||643Kb|
|Bus industry report Q1 2020||680Kb|
|Bus industry report Q4 2019||873Kb|
|Bus industry report Q3 2019||634Kb|
|Bus industry report Q2 2019||511Kb|
|Bus industry report Q1 2019||993Kb|
|Bus industry report Q4 2018||626Kb|
|Bus industry report Q3 2018||685Kb|
|Bus industry report Q2 2018||417Kb|
Further information on bus regulation can also be found on the Buses page. This includes information on the transition of buses of 12 seats and under to the new regulatory framework overseen by the Point to Point Transport Commission.