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TRANSPORT INTEGRATION ACT 2010


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

   PART 1--PRELIMINARY

   1.      Purpose  
   2.      Commencement  
   3.      Definitions  
   4.      Order in Council declaring body to be a transport body or interface body  
   4A.     Filming Approval Act 2014  
   5.      Act binds the Crown  

   PART 2--VISION STATEMENT, OBJECTIVES, PRINCIPLES AND STATEMENTS OF POLICY PRINCIPLES

   6.      Vision statement  
   7.      Transport system objectives  
   8.      Social and economic inclusion  
   9.      Economic prosperity  
   10.     Environmental sustainability  
   11.     Integration of transport and land use  
   12.     Efficiency, coordination and reliability  
   13.     Safety and health and wellbeing  
   14.     Decision making principles  
   15.     Principle of integrated decision making  
   16.     Principle of triple bottom line assessment  
   17.     Principle of equity  
   18.     Principle of the transport system user perspective  
   19.     Precautionary principle  
   20.     Principle of stakeholder engagement and community participation  
   21.     Principle of transparency  
   22.     Minister may issue a statement of policy principles  
   23.     Interpretation  
   24.     Application to a transport body  
   25.     Application to an interface body  
   25A.    Objects and functions of the Department and powers of the Secretary  
   26.     Weight to be given to transport system objectives  
   27.     Weight to be given to decision making principles  
   27A.    Strategy and implementation plan  
   28.     Effect of this Part  

   PART 3--ADMINISTRATION

   29.     General powers  
   30.     Minister may appoint a person or establish a body to provide advice  
   31.     Delegation by Minister  
   31A.    Guidelines  
   32.     Objects of the Department  
   33.     Functions of the Department  
   33A.    Functions of the Secretary  
   34.     Powers of the Secretary  
   35.     Recording of dealings  
   36.     Compulsory acquisition of land  
   37.     Powers to enter land for investigative purposes  
   38.     Directions  
   39.     Delegation by Secretary  
   40.     Transport Infrastructure Development Agent  
   41.     Official seal  
   42.     Transport Infrastructure Development Agent represents the Crown  
   43.     Object of the Transport Infrastructure Development Agent  
   44.     Functions of the Transport Infrastructure Development Agent  
   45.     Powers of the Transport Infrastructure Development Agent  
   46.     Directions  
   47.     Delegation by the Transport Infrastructure Development Agent  
   48.     Appointment of member  
   49.     Transport Infrastructure Project Orders  
   50.     Revocation of Transport Infrastructure Project Order  

   PART 4--PLANNING

   63.     Transport plan  
   64.     Corporate plans  

   PART 4A--GOVERNANCE

   64A.    Head, Transport for Victoria  
   64B.    Object of the Head, Transport for Victoria  
   64C.    Functions of the lead transport agency  
   64D.    Powers of the lead transport agency  
   64E.    Powers in relation to land  
   64F.    Recording of dealings  
   64G.    Compulsory acquisition of land  
   64H.    Easements  
   64I.    Lead transport agency may use or manage Crown lands reserved under Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978  
   64J.    Grant of unalienated Crown land  
   64K.    Acquisition of land or interest in land to achieve environmental sustainability  
   64L.    Powers to enter land for investigative purposes  
   64M.    Power to enter building  
   64N.    Powers to enter land to construct or maintain works  
   64O.    Financial accommodation  
   64P.    Power of Treasurer to execute guarantee  
   64Q.    Extra-territoriality  
   64R.    Delegation by the lead transport agency  
   64S.    Contingency planning for exercise of certain powers  
   64T.    Directions from Minister and Secretary  
   64U.    Directions by the lead transport agency  
   64V.    Conflicting directions or functions and powers  
   65.     Purpose of Division  
   65A.    Transport Restructuring Orders—general provisions  
   65B.    Limitations on power of Minister to recommend the making of a Transport Restructuring Order  
   65C.    Transport Restructuring Order may confer additional duty, function or power on the lead transport agency  
   65D.    Transport Restructuring Order may confer additional duty, function or power on a sector transport agency  
   65E.    Transport Restructuring Order may constitute a new sector transport agency  
   65F.    Effect of conferral of duties, functions or powers  
   65G.    Transitional regulations  
   66.     Application of Division  
   66A.    Definitions  
   66B.    Transfer Orders  
   66C.    Property, rights and liabilities transferred in accordance with Transfer Order  
   66D.    Transfer subject to encumbrances  
   66E.    Substitution of party to agreement  
   66F.    Transferor transport body instruments  
   66G.    Proceedings  
   66H.    Interests in land  
   66I.    Easements  
   66J.    Action by Registrar of Titles  
   66K.    Taxes  
   66L.    Evidence  
   66M.    Certificate of chief executive officer  
   66N.    Transfer of employees  
   66O.    Validity of things done under this Division  

   PART 5--TRANSPORT SYSTEM AGENCIES

   79A.    Public Transport Development Authority  
   79AB.   Official seal  
   79AC.   Public Transport Development Authority represents the Crown  
   79AD.   Object of the Public Transport Development Authority  
   79AE.   Functions of the Public Transport Development Authority  
   79AF.   Powers of the Public Transport Development Authority  
   79AG.   Extra-territoriality  
   79B.    Constitution  
   79BA.   Chief Executive of the Public Transport Development Authority  
   79BB.   Public Transport Development Authority is the same body  
   79BJ.   Employees and other staff  
   79BK.   Power to enter into arrangements for the services of public servants  
   79BL.   Delegation by the Public Transport Development Authority  
   79C.    Compulsory acquisition of land  
   79D.    Easements  
   79E.    Public Transport Development Authority may use or manage Crown lands reserved under Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978  
   79F.    Grant of unalienated Crown land  
   79G.    Acquisition of land or interest in land to achieve environmental sustainability  
   79H.    Powers to enter land for investigative purposes  
   79I.    Power to enter building  
   79J.    Powers to enter land to construct or maintain works  
   79K.    Contingency planning for exercise of certain powers  
   79L.    Public Transport Development Authority to conduct cost-benefit analysis of relevant rail safety projects  
   79M.    Guidelines for cost-benefit analysis and consultation  
   79N.    Reports to Minister  
   79O.    Directions  
   79P.    Corporate plan  
   79Q.    Statement of corporate intent  
   79R.    Corporate plan to be followed  
   79S.    Nothing void merely because of non-compliance  
   79T.    Public Transport Development Authority to give notice of significant events  
   79U.    Public Transport Development Authority to prepare budgets  
   79V.    Minister to submit budgets  
   79VA.   Funding of deficit  
   79VB.   Revised budget  
   79VC.   Interim budgets  
   79VD.   Public Transport Development Authority to provide budgetary information  
   79VE.   General fund  
   79VF.   Financial accommodation  
   79VG.   Power of Treasurer to execute guarantee  
   79W.    Performance reports  
   79X.    Financial reports  
   80.     Roads Corporation  
   81.     Official seal  
   82.     Trading name  
   83.     Roads Corporation represents the Crown  
   84.     Chief Executive of the Roads Corporation  
   85.     Validity of acts or decisions  
   86.     Object of the Roads Corporation  
   87.     Functions of the Roads Corporation  
   88.     Powers of the Roads Corporation  
   89.     Powers in relation to non-transport system functions  
   90.     Roads Corporation may employ persons  
   91.     Disposal of assets in exchange for lease  
   92.     Roads Corporation may use or manage Crown lands reserved under Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978  
   93.     Grant of unalienated Crown land  
   94.     Surplus land  
   95.     Acquisition of land or interest in land to achieve environmental sustainability  
   96.     Power to enter building  
   97.     Extra-territoriality  
   98.     Directions  
   99.     Minister to set quantitative targets  
   100.    Treasurer or Minister to provide information  
   101.    Roads Corporation to prepare budgets  
   102.    Minister to submit budgets  
   103.    Funding of deficit  
   104.    Revised budget  
   105.    Interim budgets  
   106.    Roads Corporation to provide budgetary information  
   107.    General fund  
   108.    Financial accommodation  
   109.    Power of Treasurer to execute guarantee  
   109A.   Financial reports  
   110.    Corporate plan  
   111.    Statement of corporate intent  
   112.    Corporate plan to be followed  
   113.    Nothing void merely because of non-compliance  
   114.    Roads Corporation to give notice of significant events  
   115.    Delegation by Roads Corporation  
   115A.   Definitions  
   115B.   Taxi Services Commission  
   115C.   Official seal  
   115D.   Taxi Services Commission represents the Crown  
   115E.   Object of Taxi Services Commission  
   115F.   Functions of Taxi Services Commission  
   115G.   Powers of the Taxi Services Commission  
   115H.   Constitution of Commission  
   115I.   Appointment of Commissioners  
   115J.   Acting appointment  
   115K.   Declaration of pecuniary interests  
   115L.   Vacancies, resignation, removal from office  
   115M.   Validity of acts and decisions  
   115MA.  Directions  
   115N.   Meetings of Commission  
   115O.   Voting at meetings of Commission  
   115P.   Secretary and the lead transport agency may assist the Commission  
   115Q.   Extra-territoriality  
   115QA.  Chief executive officer  
   115R.   Staff of the Commission  
   115S.   Personal liability  
   115SA.  Annual report  
   115SB.  Additional reporting obligation  
   115SC.  Corporate plan  
   115SD.  Statement of corporate intent  
   115SE.  Corporate plan to be followed  
   115SF.  Nothing void merely because of non‑compliance  
   115T.   Delegation  
   115U.   End of term of Inquiry Commissioners  
   115V.   Transitional provision (Commissioners)  

   PART 6--TRANSPORT CORPORATIONS

   116.    Victorian Rail Track  
   117.    Trading name  
   118.    Victorian Rail Track not to represent the Crown  
   119.    Object of Victorian Rail Track  
   120.    Functions of Victorian Rail Track  
   121.    Compulsory acquisition of land  
   122.    Easements  
   123.    Victorian Rail Track may use Crown lands reserved under Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978  
   124.    Grant of unalienated Crown land  
   125.    Land  
   126.    Powers to enter land to construct or maintain works  
   128.    V/Line Corporation  
   129.    Trading name  
   130.    V/Line Corporation not to represent the Crown  
   131.    Object of V/Line Corporation  
   132.    Functions of V/Line Corporation  
   133.    Contingency planning for exercise of certain powers  
   134.    Establishment of Linking Melbourne Authority  
   135.    Linking Melbourne Authority represents the Crown  
   136.    Declaration of any Road Transport-Related Project  
   137.    Object of Linking Melbourne Authority  
   138.    Functions of the Linking Melbourne Authority  
   138A.   Compulsory acquisition of land  
   139.    Power to enter into arrangements for the services of public servants  
   140.    Money of the Linking Melbourne Authority  
   141.    General fund  
   141B.   Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)  
   141C.   Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) not to represent the Crown  
   141D.   Object of Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)  
   141E.   Functions of Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)  
   141EA.  Minister may authorise Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) to perform certain functions  
   141F.   Dredging by Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)  
   141G.   Acquisition or disposal of land by Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) to be subject to consultation with the lead transport agency and approval by Minister  
   141H.   Public interest functions  
   141I.   Definition  
   141J.   Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   141K.   Victorian Regional Channels Authority not to represent the Crown  
   141L.   Object of Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   141M.   Functions of Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   141N.   Power to contract for the provision of services and facilities  
   141O.   Dredging  
   141P.   Public interest functions  
   141Q.   Establishment of Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   141R.   Port of Hastings Development Authority not to represent the Crown  
   141S.   Object of Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   141T.   Functions of Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   141U.   Acquisition or disposal of land by Port of Hastings Development Authority to be subject to consultation with the lead transport agency and approval by Minister  
   141V.   Public interest functions  
   142.    Transport Corporation is a body corporate  
   143.    Board of directors  
   144.    Constitution of board of directors  
   145.    Appointment of directors  
   146.    Acting appointments  
   147.    Chief executive officer and other employees  
   148.    Vacancies, resignations, removal from office  
   149.    Validity of acts or decisions  
   150.    Proceedings of board of directors  
   151.    Resolutions without meetings  
   152.    Powers of a Transport Corporation  
   153.    Certain powers not affected  
   154.    Borrowing and investment by a Transport Corporation  
   155.    Transport Corporation not to make loans to directors  
   156.    Extra-territoriality  
   157.    Indemnity  
   158.    Determination of initial capital  
   159.    Capital  
   160.    Repayment of capital  
   161.    Dividends  
   162.    Reports to Minister or Treasurer  
   163.    Directions  
   164.    Annual report  
   165.    Corporate plan  
   166.    Statement of corporate intent  
   167.    Corporate plan to be followed  
   168.    Nothing void merely because of non-compliance  
   169.    Board of directors to give notice of significant events  
   170.    Delegation by a Transport Corporation  

   PART 7--TRANSPORT SAFETY AGENCIES

   171.    Director, Transport Safety  
   172.    Object of Director, Transport Safety  
   173.    Functions of Director, Transport Safety  
   174.    Power to investigate  
   175.    Director, Transport Safety to conduct cost-benefit analysis of and consult about mandatory transport safety decisions  
   176.    Guidelines  
   177.    Information disclosure by Director, Transport Safety  
   178.    Delegation by the Director, Transport Safety  
   178A.   Delegation of functions by National Regulator  
   179.    Chief Investigator, Transport Safety  
   180.    Object of the Chief Investigator, Transport Safety  
   181.    Functions of the Chief Investigator, Transport Safety  
   182.    Power to investigate  
   182A.   Arrangements with Australian Transport Safety Bureau  
   183.    Delegation by the Chief Investigator, Transport Safety  
   184.    Appointment  
   185.    Acting appointment  
   186.    When a transport safety appointee ceases to hold office  
   187.    Resignation  
   188.    Suspension and removal from office  
   189.    Validity of acts and decisions  
   190.    Immunity  
   191.    Ministerial direction to investigate public transport safety matter or marine safety matter  
   192.    Employment of persons  
   193.    Powers of transport safety appointee  
   194.    Independence of transport safety appointee  
   195.    Extra-territoriality  
   196.    Memoranda of understanding  
   197.    Power to give advice on compliance  

   PART 7A--CONFLICT BETWEEN DECISIONS OF DIRECTOR, TRANSPORT SAFETY AND ROAD AUTHORITY

   197A.   Definitions  
   197B.   Resolution of conflict by regulators  
   197C.   Determination by the Minister or Ministers  
   197D.   Regulators subject to guidelines and directions  
   197E.   Guidelines  

   PART 8--GENERAL

   198.    Regulations  
   199.    Transport Act 1983  
   200.    Rail Corporations Act 1996  
   201.    Marine Act 1988  
   201A.   Transitional provision on amendment of Port Services Act 1995  
   201B.   Transfer of staff from Port of Hastings Corporation to Port of Melbourne Corporation  
   201C.   Substitution of parties to channel operating agreement in respect of port of Hastings waters  
   201D.   Substitution of parties to channel operating agreement—Transport Legislation Amendment (Port of Hastings Development Authority) Act 2011  
   202.    Repeal of Southern and Eastern Integrated Transport Authority Act 2003  
   203.    Consequential amendments to other Acts  
   203A.   Saving and transitionals—Transport Legislation Amendment (Public Transport Development Authority) Act 2011  

   PART 9--TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (PORT OF HASTINGS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY) ACT 2011

   207.    Definitions—Division 1  
   208.    Minister may direct transfer of Port of Melbourne Corporation property to Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   209.    Property transferred in accordance with direction—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   210.    Allocation of property etc. subject to encumbrances—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   211.    Certificate of chief executive officer—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   212.    Value of transferred property—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   213.    Substitution of party to agreement—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   214.    Former Port of Melbourne Corporation instruments—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   215.    Proceedings—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   216.    Interests in land—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   217.    Easements—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   218.    Amendment of Register—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   219.    Taxes—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   220.    Evidence—Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   221.    Validity of things done under this Division  
   222.    Minister may direct Port of Melbourne Corporation to lease land to Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   223.    Transfer of staff from Port of Melbourne Corporation to Port of Hastings Development Authority  
   224.    Definitions—Division 2  
   225.    Minister may direct transfer of Port of Melbourne Corporation property to Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   226.    Property transferred in accordance with direction—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   227.    Allocation of property etc. subject to encumbrances—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   228.    Certificate of chief executive officer—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   229.    Value of transferred property—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   230.    Substitution of party to agreement—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   231.    Former Port of Melbourne Corporation instruments—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   232.    Proceedings—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   233.    Interests in land—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   234.    Easements—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   235.    Amendment of Register—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   236.    Taxes—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   237.    Evidence—Victorian Regional Channels Authority  
   238.    Validity of things done under this Division  
   239.    Minister may direct Port of Melbourne Corporation to lease land to Victorian Regional Channels Authority  

   PART 10--TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY) ACT 2011

   240.    Purpose of Part  
   241.    Definitions  
   242.    Minister may direct transfer of Director of Public Transport property, rights and liabilities held on behalf of the Crown  
   243.    Minister may direct transfer of Public Transport Ticketing Body property, rights and liabilities  
   244.    Minister may direct transfer of Victorian Rail Track property, rights and liabilities  
   245.    Minister may direct transfer of V/Line Corporation property, rights and liabilities  
   246.    Transfer of Metlink property, rights and liabilities  
   247.    Minister may direct transfer of Secretary property, rights and liabilities held on behalf of the Crown  
   248.    Property, rights and liabilities allocated in accordance with direction  
   249.    Allocation of property and rights subject to encumbrances  
   250.    Certificate of chief executive officer  
   251.    Certificate of Secretary—Metlink property, rights or liabilities  
   252.    Value of allocated property, rights or liabilities  
   253.    Substitution of party to agreement  
   254.    Former relevant transferor instruments  
   255.    Proceedings  
   256.    Interests in land  
   257.    Easements  
   258.    Amendment of Register  
   259.    Taxes  
   260.    Evidence  
   261.    Transfer of employees of Public Transport Ticketing Body to the Public Transport Development Authority  
   262.    Transfer of employees of Metlink to the Public Transport Development Authority  
   263.    Validity of things done under this Part  
   264.    Provisions to prevail  
   265.    The Administrator  
   266.    Vacancy, resignation or removal from office  
   267.    Functions and powers  
   268.    Staff  
   269.    Delegation  
   270.    Directions  
   271.    Effect of appointment of Administrator  
   272.    Dissolution of the Public Transport Ticketing Body  

   PART 11--TRANSFER TO V/LINE CORPORATION

   273.    Purpose of Part  
   274.    Definitions  
   275.    Transfer of V/Line Pty Ltd property, rights and liabilities  
   276.    Property, rights and liabilities allocated in accordance with statement  
   277.    Allocation of property and rights subject to encumbrances  
   278.    Certificate of Secretary  
   279.    Register of certificates  
   280.    Value of allocated property, rights or liabilities  
   281.    Substitution of party to agreement  
   282.    Former V/Line Pty Ltd instruments  
   283.    Proceedings  
   284.    Interests in land  
   285.    Easements  
   286.    Amendment of Register  
   287.    Taxes  
   288.    Evidence  
   289.    Transfer of employees of V/Line Pty Ltd to V/Line Corporation  
   290.    Validity of things done under this Part  
   291.    Emergency Management Act 2013  
   292.    Rail Safety National Law Application Act 2013  
   293.    Rail Management Act 1996  
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