The objective of this omnibus bill is to maintain the effectiveness and efficiency of the regulatory system established by transport legislation and to reduce the chance of regulatory failure by addressing transport regulatory duplication and gaps, errors, and inconsistencies within transport legislation; ensuring that regulators have the effective tools needed to keep the transport regulatory system up to date and relevant; and removing unnecessary compliance costs from the transport system.
Royal Assent given 30 March 2021.
Enacted as the Regulatory Systems (Transport) Amendment Act 2021 (2021/9)
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||14 February 2020|
|First reading||19 March 2020|
|Select Committee||Transport and Infrastructure Committee|
|Public submissions due||1 June 2020|
|Select Committee report back||3 August 2020|
|Second reading||11 March 2021|
|Committee of the whole House||23 March 2021|
|Third reading||23 March 2021|
|Royal Assent||30 March 2021|
|Enacted as||Regulatory Systems (Transport) Amendment Act 2021 (2021/9)|
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