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SDPC Reviews Queensland Transport and Dept Main Roads and RoadTek
Between October 2007 and June 2008, the Service Delivery and Performance Commission undertook reviews of the Department of Transport and the Department of Main Roads as part of its 2007-2008 Work Program. The purpose of these reviews was to improve service delivery and performance management in these departments. In addition, the review of the Department of Main Roads also examined whether the

Connecting SEQ 2031 Regional Transport Plan
The draft Connecting SEQ 2031 is an Integrated Regional Transport Plan for South East Queensland and supports the sustainable management of growth and aims to address the transport challenges of the region. Connecting SEQ 2031 has been developed to respond to the SEQ Regional Plan’s growth framework and deliver a vision to guide transport planning and delivery of transport projects in south east Q

Govt Submission Inquiry road safety benefits fixed speed cameras
In March 2010 the Economic Development Committee (Committee) launched an inquiry into the road safety benefits of fixed speed cameras. The Committee released Issues Paper No. 2 – Inquiry into the road safety benefits of fixed speed cameras, to stimulate debate and to guide submissions to the Inquiry. Fixed speed cameras are a part of a key road safety program in Queensland and the Queensland gover

2010-11 to 2013-14 Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program
The Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 requires the annual production and publication of a works program. Following the amalgamation of the former Departments of Main Roads and Transport, the Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) replaces the Roads Implementation Program published annually by the former Department of Main Roads since 1995. The QTRIP is a four-year program of

Qld Transport and Roads Investment Program - QTRIP
The Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 requires the annual production and publication of a transport infrastructure works program. The Department of Transport and Main Roads plans, manages and oversees the delivery of a safe, efficient and integrated transport system. The 2015-16 to 2018-19 Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) is a four-year program outlining the department’s p

Queensland Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan
Road trauma continues to be a major contributor to premature death and serious injury in Queensland. The Safer Roads, Safer Queensland: Queensland’s Road Safety Strategy 20152021 and Action Plan 2015-17 have been developed to drive improvements in road safety in coming years. The documents reflect expert and community input from the Safer Roads, Safer Queensland forum held at Parliament House on

Transport Operations Road Use Management Regulation 2015
The Transport Operations (Road Use Management – Accreditation and Other Provisions) Regulation 2015 replaces expiring subordinate legislation. The regulation provides the framework for a number of schemes that are approvals under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995. Also included are miscellaneous provisions such as approving random inspection programs, requiring lights or sign

Transport Operations (Road Use Management) (Offensive Advertising) Bill 2016
There are occasions when vehicles display advertising images or slogans that are sexually explicit or otherwise offensive to members of the community. The advertising industry, through the Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB), provides a well-respected complaints management process based on the Australian Association of National Advertiser’s Code of Ethics (the Code). Complaints about breaches of

Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) 2017-18 to 2020-21
The Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) is a four-year program of works, consistent with the state government’s forward estimates time frame. The QTRIP total program is $21 billion over the next four years, comprising $18.4 billion for the Transport and Main Roads, $2.5 billion for Queensland Rail and $12 million for the Gold Coast Waterways Authority. Cabinet noted the Queen

Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill 2019
The Bill amends the Heavy Vehicle National Law Act 2012 (HVNL) to improve safety and productivity in the heavy vehicle transport industry. Amendments to the HVNL would clarify existing requirements, create consistency with national workplace health and safety laws, and further improve national rules and standards that apply to heavy vehicles. A number of provisions would improve roadside enforceme

Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) 2019-20 to 2022-23
The Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) 2019-20 to 2022-23 is a four-year rolling program of works that details the Department of Transport and Main Roads’ infrastructure investment for roads, railways, marine, public transport and active transport initiatives. The QTRIP provides confidence for industry in a forward pipeline of works, enabling planned delivery of transport i

Road Safety - Driver Distraction (Increased Penalties & Testing of Camera-based Enforcement)
Distracted driving is an increasing concern on Queensland roads with 70 per cent of Queensland drivers admitting to illegally using their mobile phone while driving. It is one of the fatal five driving behaviours and contributes to almost 20 per cent of serious injuries and 14 per cent of fatalities. In 2018, 33 people lost their lives on Queensland's roads which is 33.1 per cent greater than the

Coomera Connector project update
The 45km Coomera Connector corridor between Loganholme and Nerang was formally confirmed in the Queensland Government Gazette on 15 March 2019. The Coomera Connector is a major infrastructure project that will provide an alternate route to the M1, reduce travel times and protect the M1's vital role as part of the National Land Transport Network. Recent traffic figures, in addition to unprecedente

Gateway Motorway and Bruce Highway Upgrades
The Gateway Motorway and the Bruce Highway are vital components of the National Land Transport Network and serve as a critical link for long distance traffic between major economic and employment hubs on the east coast of Australia. They provide access to the Australian Trade Coast and Brisbane Airport. The Gateway Motorway and the Bruce Highway carry high volumes of freight, commercial, tourist a

Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) 2020-21 to 2023-24
The Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) 2020–21 to 2023–24 is a program of works that details the Department of Transport and Main Roads’ infrastructure investment for roads, railways, marine, public transport and active transport initiatives. The QTRIP provides confidence for industry in a forward pipeline of works, enabling planned delivery of transport infrastructure proj