Submissions

By considering your views we can deliver the most effective reforms possible. We welcome submissions from any individual or organisation to help us improve the productivity, safety and environmental performance of Australia's transport systems.

Matters that are currently open for public consultation are listed in the table below.

To make an online submission, click on the 'Make Submission' button next to the item you wish to comment on.

You will need to enter your NTC website login name and password to make an online submission. If you have not registered your details with us, you can do so by selecting the ‘Register’ button. If you have forgotten your login name and password, you can retrieve it by selecting the ‘Forgotten your password’ button.

Alternatively, you can mail your comments to:

National Transport Commission
Public submission - (insert project/report name)
Level 15/628 Bourke Street
MELBOURNE VIC 3000.

Submission tips

  • Where possible, you should provide evidence, such as data and documentation, to support your views.
  • Your submission can be as long or short as you like. Simply a few comments/dot points outlining your views is acceptable.
  • To ensure we can take into account your views in developing the final recommendations/positions, please ensure your submission reaches us before the due date. If you think you will have trouble meeting the deadline, please contact us.

Publication of submissions

Unless submissions clearly request otherwise, all submissions will be published online. Submissions that contain defamatory or offensive content will not be published. The Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cwlth) applies to the NTC.

Next steps

The NTC will take all submissions received during public consultation into account when forming final recommendations/positions for consideration by the Transport and Infrastructure Council. Where possible, we will refer to submissions received and key points raised within the final paper.

Unfortunately, due to the number of submissions received, we are not able to respond to each submission personally.

Reports