The NFF’s 3 June 2011 submission regarding Heavy Vehicle Funding and Implementation supports transparency in road pricing, but notes that the economic benefits from pricing signals will be limited in many areas of rural and remote Australia where there is no route choice or no flexibility to optimise vehicle type or configuration.
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It is unclear how the policy intent that Scope 3 disclosures would represent ‘information that is available at the reporting date without undue cost or effort’ is reflected in-practice.
Read the full submission here.
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