Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 03 Hansard (Thursday, 22 March 2018) . . Page.. 965 ..
accordance with the cost recovery model agreed to by the Transport and Infrastructure Council. They also amend the information required to be provided by a rail transport operator to monthly rather than some monthly and some annually.
The Rail Safety National Law National Regulations (Miscellaneous) Variation Regulations 2017 increase the application fee for applications for accreditation where the operation is a complex operation. They also introduce a major project fee designed to ensure that regulatory oversight of operations can be properly maintained as the number of major rail projects in Australia increases.
The Rail Safety National Law National Regulations (Queensland Fatigue Provisions) Variation Regulations 2017 facilitated Queensland’s adoption of the Rail Safety National Law from 1 July 2017 by including specific fatigue provisions for Queensland. These amendments maintained the provisions in place in Queensland before it adopted the rail safety national law. This approach was taken with New South Wales when it adopted the rail safety national law. Inclusion of these provisions in the rail safety national law national regulations allows all provisions relating to fatigue nationally to be in one piece of legislation. Explanatory statements have been prepared for each of the regulations I am tabling.
Mr Rattenbury presented the following papers:
Heavy Vehicle National law as applied by the law of States and Territories—
Heavy Vehicle (General) National Amendment Regulation (2016 No 261), together with an explanatory statement.
Heavy Vehicle National Amendment Regulation 2017 (2017 No 329), together with an explanatory statement.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—Review of the Opioid Replacement Treatment Program—Report of the ACT Health Services Commissioner, dated March 2018.
Ms Fitzharris presented the following paper:
Ginninderra Drive—Tillyard Drive and Tillyard Drive—Lhotsky Street—Intersection upgrades report, pursuant to the resolution of the Assembly of 21 February 2018.
Environment and Transport and City Services—Standing Committee
Report 4—government response
MS FITZHARRIS (Yerrabi—Minister for Health and Wellbeing, Minister for Transport and City Services and Minister for Higher Education, Training and Research) (3.20): For the information of members, I present the following paper: