TMR MIXr 2017 – Connecting today: imagining tomorrow

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Calling all innovators in transport and related industries – TMR wants to connect with you to do things differently and better. The TMR MIXr is our premier innovation event and brings together TMR staff and industry with opportunities for collaboration, partnerships and problem solving. This free one-day event will feature express presentations profiling TMR’s real-world … Read more…

TMR 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games program team expands for mobilisation

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Delivering a positive transport experience for the 1.5 million spectators and over 50,000 athletes, officials, workforce and volunteers expected to travel during the 2018 Commonwealth Games is a formidable but hugely exciting task.  All this needs to happen, while keeping the transport system running smoothly for Gold Coast residents and businesses. We at TMR are … Read more…

Holidays to remember

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Ahh, Christmas. That magical time of year we stuff poultry into ovens in 35-degree heat, take on a million social commitments, and attempt to accommodate and entertain the extended family. What other time of the year stresses our bodies and minds like Christmas?  Just thinking about the festive season is enough to make your eye … Read more…

TMR leading delivery of 2018 Commonwealth Games transport network

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We at Transport and Main Roads are focused on delivering the best Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games possible by drawing on previous involvements to ensure our customers receive a positive Games experience. Planning and delivering the transport operations for the Games is our responsibility, in partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) … Read more…

Get ready, Queensland

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Queensland, what’s your plan? You’re at work when a massive crack of lightning rents the air, signifying a classic Queensland late afternoon storm is about to hit, just before you leave work. The pounding of glass tells you hail is beginning to fall hard. This storm is really starting to intensify, the sky is dark and it’s … Read more…

Australian Marine Environment Protection Association wins support from Google

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A Queensland-developed real time portal with the potential to monitor the emissions of ships in more than 3000 ports in 170 countries is in the running to win the Google Impact Challenge. The Ports Emission Portal was developed by the Australian Marine Environment Protection Association (AUSMEPA), a not-for-profit organisation run mainly by volunteers who play … Read more…