Fixing Country Truck Washes

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Project overview

Truck washes play an important role in vehicle productivity and maintenance, as well as protecting NSW’s biosecurity.

Key benefits

  • Fixing Country Truck Washes contributes to the cost of constructing or upgrading truck wash facilities to help remove bottlenecks that constrain logistic businesses and protect NSW against the spread of weeds and disease.

  • The NSW Government and Australian Government are each contributing $5 million over the next two years (2016-2018) to provide co-funding to eligible councils.

Status

In progress

Current status

Funding applications closed on Friday, 7 October 2016. One of the successful projects has been announced in Tenterfield, with a further list of successful projects to be announced in coming weeks.

You can register your interest for future funding rounds at: freight@transport.nsw.gov.au.

The Benefit Cost Analysis Model and a word copy of the Application Form (DOCX, 223.31 KB) can be downloaded.
 
Overview

Truck washes play an important role in vehicle productivity and maintenance, as well as protecting NSW’s biosecurity.

Fixing Country Truck Washes contributes to the cost of constructing or upgrading truck wash facilities to help remove bottlenecks that constrain logistic businesses and protect NSW against the spread of weeds and disease.

The NSW Government and Australian Government are each contributing $5 million over the next two years (2016-2018) to provide co-funding to eligible councils.

Funding 2016-17

Fixing Country Truck Washes Program Overview
 
Have a question?

Email freight@transport.nsw.gov.au