The department understands the vital role that access to transport plays in achieving improved education, health and economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians in our cities and throughout regional Queensland.
Find out how to work with us.
Find out about the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme.
RoadTek is working with Indigenous groups to assist in developing self-sustainability in various occupational programs.
Find out about our procurement policy.
We work with Myuma in a range of business and training operations.
We follow Native Title requirements.
Bring the Mob Home Safely is a road safety awareness campaign aimed at Indigenous communities.
The Indigenous Driver Licensing Program aims to reduce unlicensed driving in remote Indigenous communities in far north Queensland including Cape York, the Gulf and Torres Strait islands.
As part of the Peninsula Development Road, Transport and Main Roads is partnering with the Cape York Land Council to offer 6 scholarships in 2017.
The TMR artwork "Travelling" essentially reads as a 'road map' of the State of Queensland. The TMR artwork is 'Connecting Queensland'.
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