NSW Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Network map
The NSW SPV Network map is an interactive map service that provides details of the approved roads as well as conditions of access and travel restrictions for eligible special purpose vehicles operating under the National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle Notice.
The NSW SPV Network map, if listed as the approved route on an access permit or IAP Certificate of Enrolment, also provides the legally enforceable network for a special purpose vehicle. Please note that access permits issued under co-delegation by Transport for NSW are for travel on Transport for NSW managed roads only (ie State Roads).
Travel conditions which apply to an approved route for a restricted access vehicle must be observed. This map should be read in conjunction with the National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle Notice and/or any other relevant instrument, such as an access permit.
Using the NSW SPV Network map
The NSW SPV Network map offer pan/zoom, different map views, location search and access to local street images.
Routes approved for different vehicle types are enabled by selecting the vehicle type using the radio buttons in the legend menu on the left-hand side.
Additional travel information may be available for selection from the legend menu on some of the interactive maps. Information about a particular route e.g. Travel Restrictions, is accessed by clicking on the route, which will launch an information box which provides detailed information.
By using the zoom and drag features included you are able to view and print maps at a level of detail and covering the area you need.
The search function allows you to centre the map on a geographic location based on an address, town, postcode or a set of coordinates.
The NSW SPV Network map shows approved routes and restrictions as an overlay on top of Google maps. Transport for NSW has no responsibility for, and does not guarantee the accuracy of, the underlying Google maps.
Transport for NSW strives to be accurate in showing the NSW SPV Network map approved routes, restrictions and conditions, however, there may be errors and omissions caused by Google maps being incorrect or out of date. Transport for NSW is not responsible for errors or omissions.