Regional Transport Plans
Queensland has developed Regional Transport Plans that cover the entire state.
These plans will guide the planning of an efficient and responsive transport system in Queensland over a 15 horizon.
The delivery of the plans is a requirement of the Transport Planning and Coordination Act (1994). The plans provide a bridge between local, Queensland and Australian government planning, drawing from and supporting the region’s goals.
What is a Regional Transport Plan?
Regional Transport Plans are developed with key stakeholders, including representatives from state and local government, business and industry to prioritise and manage the transport system so that it effectively supports regional communities, growth and productivity.
The plans achieve this by:
- establishing common transport priorities between the Queensland Government and local governments
- communicating our planning intent for the region
- defining the transport systems’ role in achieving regional goals and priorities for our planning and investment
- partnering with local government
- guiding future transport planning and investment.
Final Regional Transport Plans
Finalised Regional Transport Plans for all areas across the state are now in effect.
The Department continues to work closely with key stakeholders to implement the actions of each Regional Transport Plan.
The plans also continue to be monitored, periodically reviewed and updated to ensure they remain current and relevant.
Central West Queensland Regional Transport Plan
Darling Downs Regional Transport Plan
Far North Queensland Regional Transport Plan
Fitzroy Regional Transport Plan
Mackay Isaac Whitsunday Regional Transport Plan
Northern Queensland Regional Transport Plan
North West Queensland Regional Transport Plan
South East Queensland Regional Transport Plans
South West Queensland Regional Transport Plan
Wide Bay Burnett Regional Transport Plan
- Last updated 12 January 2024