Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme
The Australian Government has extended the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme and will provide $40 million per year from 2021-22 onwards, building on the current $328 million investment from 2013-14 to 2020-21. The HVSPP is an Australian Government initiative to fund infrastructure projects that improve productivity and safety outcomes of heavy vehicle operations across Australia.
Applying for Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme Funding
The Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Programme is currently closed for applications.
Under the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme, the Australian Government contributes up to 50 per cent of the total project cost. Projects are selected through a competitive, merit based process.
Proponents are encouraged to consult with industry and community more broadly on projects to ensure industry priorities and community views are considered in the development of proposals.
Payments for all successful projects are made through National Partnership Agreements to State/Territory Governments.
Successful projects under Round Five of the HVSPP were announced by the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport on 1 September 2016. A list of successful projects under Round Five is available from the link below.
- List of current Round Five projects [PDF: 265 KB]
To all applicants, please remember that no onsite construction or offsite prefabrication is to commence, or tenders accepted on the project prior to a Project Agreement being in place with the Department. Failure to comply may cause your project to be ineligible for Australian Government Funding.
Details of successful projects for previous Rounds are available from the links below.
- List of current Round Four projects [PDF: 239 KB]
- List of current Round Three projects [PDF: 279 KB]
- List of current Round Two projects [PDF: 263 KB]
- List of current Round One projects [PDF: 371 KB]
All enquiries can be addressed to HVSPP@infrastructure.gov.au.
The Heavy Vehicle and Safety and Productivity Programme telephone line is 02 6274 8040.