Development of Regional Transport System

Development of Regional Transport System

The Transport and Main Roads department is allied with state and local government and other communities across Queensland to develop a series of Regional Transport plans. The plans will assist the department in delivering efficient and prompt transport system across Queensland in the next 15 years.

The goal of the Regional Transport Plan

The goal of the Regional Transport Plan

Establishing common transport priorities between state and local governments is the primary goal of the Transport and Main Roads department. Achieving specific regional goals for planning and investment is also a key objective. The cities like Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, and Townsville are witnessing a great transformation in the form of smooth and efficient transport facility, which are well-connected with other suburbs and small towns in Queensland.

Transport Coordination Plan

Transport Coordination Plan

The Transport Coordination program aims at providing a strategic framework for planning and managing transport resources in different regions of Queensland over the next 10 years. It consists of high-end objectives for Queensland’s transport system to provide smooth connectivity, affordability, community connectivity, safety and security, efficiency and productivity, etc.

Warrego Highway Upgrade Strategy

Warrego Highway Upgrade Strategy

The Warrego Highway between Brisbane and Charleville is one of the biggest transport projects, transporting people and freight from Toowoomba to Brisbane and Southern QLD, Central and Western NSW and Victoria through the Gore Highway and the Northern Territory via the Landsborough and Barkly Highways.

Strategic Plan for Smooth Connectivity

Strategic Plan for Smooth Connectivity

A clear strategic plan is vital to meet the future-driven goals of the Transport and Main Road department. The plan is created to make a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone, who is living in Queensland. It is used as a blueprint to deliver the best outcomes on time. The plan has a horizon of four years to provide the right direction to the department and the organisations associated with this plan.

Multicultural Action Plans

Multicultural Action Plans

The Department of Transport and Main Roads has introduced the Multicultural Action Plan which shows how the department contributes to the state’s government multicultural policy. The primary focus on the plan is to achieve a culturally responsive government, boosting economic opportunities and supporting harmonious communities.