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Department of Transport and Main Roads

To help Queenslanders affected by the recent severe weather in south-east Queensland, natural disaster assistance may be available.

Visit the Queensland Reconstruction Authority website for more information on eligibility.

Please note: Services online, including licensing and registration services, will be unavailable Friday 4 December, 6–11pm.

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Investment in transport and roads projects

We've released the Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program 2020–21 to 2023–24 (QTRIP) that outlines about $26.9 billion in investment over the next 4 years.

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Regional Roads Aren't a Game

We challenged young Queenslanders – how to keep their mates safer on regional roads? See the result.

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Be a part of a connected future

Australia's largest trial of connected vehicles is coming to Ipswich. Register now to help shape the future.

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Back it up

When faced with floodwater, the bravest and smartest thing you can do is back it up.

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100 years of connecting Queensland

To acknowledge 100 years of Main Roads, we have put together an image gallery, journeying through the decades from the 1920s to current day.

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Get Ready Queensland

Take 3 simple steps to get ready for the upcoming severe weather season.

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Feeling unwell? Jump online

Did you know you can access over 60 of our services, like renewing your registration or driver licence from home, online?

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