House of Representatives Committees

Inquiry into variable speed limits - A case study of intelligent transport systems

The Hon John Anderson MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Transport and Regional Services, has asked the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Transport and Regional Services to inquire into the potential to apply variable speed limits on the F3 Freeway and the Hume Highway between Sydney and Canberra as case studies of the effectiveness of intelligent transport systems.

There are no specific terms of reference for this inquiry. The committees inquiry may include, but not be necessarily limited to, the following matters:

The committee welcomes submissions which should, where possible, be sent to the committee secretariat by 30 August 2002. Persons and organisations wishing to make a submission but who may unable to do so by this date should also contact the secretariat. In order to facilitate electronic publishing of submissions, the committee would prefer submissions to be emailed or sent on disk to the secretariat, if possible.

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