The Department of Transport and Main Roads publishes the Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) annually. The QTRIP 2021-22 to 2024-25 outlines the current and planned investment in road and transport infrastructure for delivery over the four-year period.
Publishing QTRIP also ensures that the department meets its legislative requirements under the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994.
Why we have the QTRIP
As well as meeting the statutory requirements set out in the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994, the QTRIP aims to keep the community, industry, government and organisations informed of our investment focus over the coming years.
What the QTRIP contains
The QTRIP outlines investment for roads, railways, marine, public transport and active transport initiatives. It is presented by geographical location and includes program highlights and a list of major investments.
This section includes our:
- Director-General message
- QTRIP strategic intent and stakeholders
- information about the TMR operating environment
- current transport opportunities and challenges.
This section provides a quick reference to QTRIP facts, including overall investment and jobs created, investment by mode and district, and more.
This section includes information on the recently completed and upcoming major projects in each district, including a map and some fast facts about each district.
This section provides a QTRIP interactive tool to search and filter data in the QTRIP publication.
Terms and references
This section includes general information about the QTRIP publication, including common terms used throughout and important references for readers.
Reflects QTRIP 2021-22 to 2024-25 (as at 15 June 2021).
Image: Widening and sealing a section of Barcaldine – Aramac Road near Barcaldine