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Department of Transport and Main Roads
Annual Report 2018–19

As well as meeting the statutory requirement set out in the Financial Accountability Act 2009 and the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2019, the Annual Report aims to keep the community, industry, government and organisations informed about our performance and future direction.

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Director-General Message

Change is not slowing down, and neither are we. Over the past year we have been very busy, across our vast state, working towards our vision of creating a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone.

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Fast facts

The following key data highlights the diversity of delivery of TMRs activities undertaken for the people of Queensland in delivering against our vision of creating a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone.

$143.24M

Cost for Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA) works for the year

$4.95B

Total investments in transport infrastructure program

33,369KM

State-controlled roads including 4996 km national network

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Spotlight on recovery

Following an unparalleled series of natural disasters, the Department of Transport and Main Roads rallied together to restore the network and reconnect affected communities.

  • 22

    Activation days

  • 56

    Rostered SDCC officers

  • more than 589

    Rostered hours at the SDCC

  • more than 36

    Rostered shifts at the SDCC

  • 88

    CRRR deployed

  • 174

    CRRR deployments

Read about our spotlight on recovery 
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