Report No. 43, 57th Parliament - Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023

committee's report

The committee tabled its report on 24 November 2023.

View: Report No. 43, 57th Parliament - Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023

Once the committee’s report has been tabled, the Government has three months to respond to the report’s recommendations (if any). At that time, the Government Response will be published here.

About the Bill

On 12 October 2023 the Minister for Transport and Main Roads and Minister for Digital Services introduced the Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023 into the Queensland Parliament. The Bill was referred to the Transport and Resources Committee for detailed consideration.   

View: Explanatory speech 
View: Bill 
View: Explanatory Notes 
View: Statement of compatibility 

The objectives of the Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2023 (the Bill) are to: 

  • facilitate the transition of certain regulatory services from the Department of Transport and Main Roads to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator; and
  • improve road safety, streamline and improve administrative and legislative processes, and clarify existing requirements in relation to personal mobility devices, such as e-scooters.

further information

Further information including written briefings, correspondence, response to submissions, transcripts and answers to questions taken on notice will be published under the Related Publications tab as they become available.

timeline

Submissions closed:   1 November 2023
Public briefing:         23 October 2023 - Program - Broadcast - Transcript
Public hearing:           9 November 2023 - Parliamentary Annexe, Brisbane, 9:00am - 11:00am - Program - Broadcast - Transcript
Report due date:      24 November 2023

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