Asset Standards Authority
The Asset Standards Authority (ASA), an independent unit of Transport for NSW, is the authority on network design and standards for transport assets across NSW.
The ASA is responsible for developing engineering governance and frameworks to support industry delivery in assurance of design, safety, integrity, construction and commissioning of transport assets for the whole asset life cycle.
The ASA is also responsible for providing the standards that industry organisations can use to deliver projects and manage transport assets across NSW in a more innovative, safe, and efficient manner.
Read the ASA Charter (PDF, 597.57 KB) for full details on definitions, functions and responsibilities.
The core responsibilities of the Asset Standards Authority (ASA) are supported by our key functions.
Use this quick search to view all current ASA standards in a table format.
Find any current, superseded, or withdrawn standard using our advanced search Standards Directory.
Find the most recent TOC Waiver in each category listed in number order.
Type approvals for electrical and track.
Find a non ASA transport standard.
Monthly activity reports on new standards, updates to existing standards and concessions issued.
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