This website contains various types of navigation which you can use to move through the site. The diagram below highlights this navigation, followed by text descriptions of each of the areas.
The first level of navigation for all pages on this site is the utility navigation at the top of each page.
From here you can link to:
Home: the Transport and Main Roads website home page
Site map: an index of the pages within our site
Contact us: contact information for Transport and Main Roads
- Search: enter keywords in the box at top right of the page to search for information on this website.
The next level of navigation is the primary navigation, which is directly under the horizontal image banner on each page. Each section contains related information. To view the contents of a section, move your mouse over the link to view a list of topics and select the topic you require.
If a lot of information is contained within a section of the site, secondary navigation will be introduced. This secondary navigation will be specific to each section on the site, and will be found in the left-hand column of a page.
Breadcrumbs offer further help with navigation. They provide you with context and a logical path to where the content on the site sits. Breadcrumbs allow you to link to any page along that path.
From the footer you can link to our legal notices and information on the access keys used on this site.
Logical tab order
This website has a logical tab order for navigating without a mouse. Use the tab key on your keyboard to move to the next link or field. Use shift-tab to move backwards, and the enter key to follow links and submit forms. Most browsers support these functions.