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Transport and Main Roads engages with stakeholders throughout the program and project lifecycles, from strategy and planning to development and delivery. Stakeholder engagement includes one-on-one engagement, community engagement, industry briefings, as well as alliances and partnerships with external organisations.

To ensure the future economic sustainability of Queensland, Transport and Main Roads works with a range of partners and stakeholders in government, community and industry. Stakeholder engagement provides a platform that supports innovative ways to plan, fund, build and operate new and existing transport infrastructure.

Key stakeholders for QTRIP are outlined in Figure 2. These vital stakeholders provide critical analysis, input and advice that help refine departmental policies, programs, investment decisions and services.

QTRIP stakeholders (description on the page)

Figure 2: QTRIP stakeholder engagement

Key stakeholders for QTRIP include:

  • other state agencies
  • Australian Government agencies
  • local governments
  • peak industry and government bodies
  • environmental groups and agencies
  • contracting and engineering peak bodies
  • indigenous groups
  • community.

Reflects QTRIP 2021-22 to 2024-25 (as at 15 June 2021).