Freight and Logistics Council of WA - Work Program
Protection of freight corridors
Ongoing advocacy for the need to protect freight corridors in order to provide for effective and efficient supply chains now and into the future.
View the Council’s submission on State Planning Policy 5.4 Road and Rail Noise.
Freight rail noise
Co-ordinating a proactive industry based response to better manage impacts associated with freight rail transport.
Inner harbour efficiencies
Identifying opportunities to improve land transport efficiencies to and from the Inner Harbour, while containing community impacts.
Heavy vehicle access charges
Promoting the need for a statewide policy on local government charges for heavy vehicle access, to ensure consistency, transparency and equity.
Social licence for freight
Increasing community awareness and understanding of the freight task and the role freight plays in our everyday lives through the development of a targeted awareness campaign designed to inform, educate and promote the importance of freight.
The ‘Freight Matters’ video produced by Main Roads WA is a great example of developing social licence.
Providing strategic input on freight and logistics infrastructure needs, including into the Infrastructure WA (IWA) process, and encouraging the development and introduction of policies that best deliver those needs.
Click here for more information on Infrastructure WA
Engaging with and providing meaningful industry input into the Westport project to ensure that optimal outcomes are achieved for the freight and logistics sector, including the finalisation of a Metropolitan Intermodal Strategy to provide certainty in investment decisions and planning.
Click here for more information on the Westport project
Actively seeking to understand what is happening with technology developments in freight and logistics and keeping members and the broader industry informed on these new developments.
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