Queensland OSOM processing to transfer to NHVR

Newcastle OSOM movement

The processing of Class 1 Oversize and Overmass permit applications for Queensland will transfer from Queensland’s Transport and Main Roads to the NHVR from 16 December 2019.

This is the last phase of the delegations to return to the NHVR and from this date, all permit applications in Queensland must be submitted to the NHVR via the NHVR Portal.

NHVR Program Director Annette Finch said that the transition of permit processing to the NHVR would provide industry and road managers with a consistent approach to road access permits in Queensland and will allow them to utilise the benefits of the NHVR Portal.

“Previously customers would submit Class 1 permit applications to TMR and all other permit applications to the NHVR,” Annette said.

“This return will provide customers and road managers a one stop shop for heavy vehicle permits”.

Current heavy vehicle permits issued by TMR will remain valid until the permit's expiry date, unless the permit is otherwise amended by the NHVR.

Prior to submitting an application to the NHVR, please refer to the Multi-State Class 1 Load Carrying Vehicles Dimension Exemption Notice and the Multi-State Class 1 Load Carrying Vehicles Mass Exemption Notice.

If your vehicle can comply with the relevant notice, a permit application will not be required. These notices can be found in National notices page.

If you require assistance during this transition, please visit the Delegations Project page.

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