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DoT has announced several measures to provide timely financial relief to the passenger transport industry, to ease the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Integrated State-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
Bringing together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change programs.
Regional Airports Development Scheme: Improving air services and safety in regional WA.
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This section provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
The Annual Report details our achievements each year. Visit the Annual Report website for full details and report downloads.
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As petrol prices rise in Western Australia, it is expected that the use of alternative fuels will increase. Here, you will find information on alternative fuel options.
All heavy vehicles have a nominated heavy vehicle use category (NHVC). This page provides the guidelines on how to change the use of a heavy vehicle.
Owner/Builders can request a low volume Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for a new crane here. A separate form is required to obtain a surrogate VIN for a motor vehicle in Western Australia.
Find out about Individually Constructed Vehicles (ICV) and street rods.
Before you commence vehicle fuel system modifications, such as LPG conversion, you may require approval from the Department.
Many minor vehicle modifications can be carried out without specific approval, as long as they comply with the applicable legislation.
The following modifications do not need written pre-approval from the DoT and can be assessed by an Authorised Inspection Station (AIS) vehicle examiner at time of the inspection.
Applicants are required to complete an online application, unless the modification is one that has been gazetted as a modification not requiring formal approval or a modification that can be assessed by an Approved Inspection Station (AIS).
Find out how to modify a heavy vehicle using an Authorised Modifier, reducing paperwork and simplifying the approval process.
There are many ways to make transportation easier for people with disabilities. Find out how to modify a vehicle for special needs in Western Australia.
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for a new trailer.
This page contains information about what to do if you are designing and developing innovative accessories and equipment for vehicles.
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