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Transport Coordination Plan

The Department of Transport and Main Roads has developed a transport coordination plan in accordance with the requirements of the Transport Planning and Coordination Act 1994

The Transport Coordination Plan 2017-2027 (TCP) provides a strategic framework for the planning and management of transport resources in Queensland over a 10 year time frame. It includes high-level objectives for Queensland’s transport system across the following 5 key areas:

  • customer experience and affordability
  • community connectivity
  • efficiency and productivity
  • safety and security
  • environment and sustainability.

The objectives outline the government's expectations of what the transport system will provide for Queenslanders over the next decade.

The plan also includes transport key performance indicators (KPIs) to monitor our progress towards these objectives, along with decision-making principles and criteria for spending on transport.

The TCP provides a contemporary approach to the coordinated planning and management of transport, including a strong focus on customer needs and technology.

The TCP will inform other transport documents currently in development by the department, including Regional Transport Plans and modal strategies, which determine how the high-level transport objectives are best delivered.

Last updated
08 October 2018