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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
26 COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENTS AUSTRALIAN TRANSpORT COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEE ON TRANSpORT Jurisdictions National Transport Commission National Road Safety Council Austroads ENVIRONMENT Standing Sub-Committee SECURITy Standing Sub-Committee Australian Trasportation Data Action Network Accessible Public Transport Committee COAG Road Reform Plan Project Board National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Project Board Maritime Safety Reform Committee National Road Safety Executive Group Rail Level Crossing Group Rail Safety Policy and Regulation Group Rail Safety Regulatory Reform Project Board Technical Advice Regulatory policy Advice pRODUCTIVITy and EFFICIENCy Standing Sub-Committee AUSTRALIAN MARITIME GROUp Maritime Standing Sub-Committee SAFETy Standing Sub-Committee NETWORK pERFORMANCE Standing Sub-Committee Policy scope The Australian Logistics Council is not seeking to become the sole representative of the Australian freight transport and logistics industry, or to be a peak body for Associations in the freight transport and logistics industry. There are many local and industry specific issues that are extremely well handled by sectoral/modal and state/ territory Associations. The Australian Logistics Council policy scope crosses into areas covered by all these stakeholders, however there are many issues that are not covered. The diagram below depicts the Australian Transport Council (ATC) Governance Arrangements. The ATC’s work program is supported by transport agency chief executives including the National Transport Comm- ission, who meet as the Standing Committee on Transport (SCOT). The overlaid box outlines how the Australian Logistics Council policy focus coincides with the ATC/SCOT policy agenda.