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Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

The Department of Transport and Main Roads is responsible for planning and delivering the transport operations for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (GC2018), in partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation and the City of Gold Coast.

With thousands of athletes, officials, volunteers, workforce and around 1.2 million ticketed spectators expected to attend events, a successful transport operation is critical to the success of the Games.

The GC2018 Transport Operations Plan sets out how athletes and officials, spectators, workforce and volunteers, and up to 3,500 accredited media can get to their events safely and on time, while keeping the Gold Coast and event cities of Brisbane, Townsville and Cairns moving.

Visit the Get Set for the Games website for more information about: 

  • GC2018 road and public transport temporary changes
  • transport hub, transit mall and park 'n' ride location
  • Queen's Baton Relay road and public transport temporary changes
  • impacts to heavy vehicle movements through the Gold Coast area.

If you're travelling to the Games, visit www.gc2018.com for more information.

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Dangerous goods restrictions

During the Commonwealth Games, there are restrictions around the transport of dangerous goods near Games venues from 6am to midnight:

Last updated
16 March 2018