Notices

SAFE Notices give immediate notice of changes or exceptions to our Network information publications.

Daily Train Notices provide notice of additional train movements or cancellations, out of gauge loading (height, width and running restrictions), level crossing upgrades, track under bores, third party works adjacent to our Network and more. Daily Train Notices are available via WebRAMS.

Operators can apply for an out of gauge train movement on the Interstate South Australian, Victorian and Western Australian Corridors as outlined in Application for Out of Gauge Train Notice Procedure.

Operators wishing to request an out of gauge load movement will complete an an Application for Out of Gauge Train Notice Form at least 2 business days before the intended train movement to allow for assessment. (Additional time should be allowed for more complex assessments and operation in high density traffic corridors.)

Standing Train Notices provide notice of temporary or permanent alterations to our Network.

RACNs detail all changes to the General Information and Section Pages of our Route Access Standard (RAS). Permanent RACNs are periodically added to the RAS and archived. All current RACNs listed here must be read in conjunction with the RAS.

Variations to the NSW/QLD Train Operating Conditions (TOC) Manual are published in the form of a TOC Waiver. TOC Waivers detail all changes to the General Instructions and Section Pages of the ARTC TOC Manual, operation of new and modified rolling stock and plant and equipment, and any non-standard working on the NSW/QLD network. The TOC Waivers listed below must be read in conjunction with the ARTC TOC Manual.

Note – We are currently transitioning from the TOC Manual to the Route Access Standard (RAS). TOC Waivers will continue to be issued only for the registration of rolling stock and non-standard working on the NSW/QLD network. Further details are available in TOC Waiver 12475. For section page information, and other information about the track and signals, please refer to the ARTC RAS Manual.

A TAA is a customer information sheet outlining forecasted potential impacts to train running and some types of ad hoc services. Track work plans, heritage and work trains, and alternations to the MTP are examples of what would be included on a TAA.

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