TMR’s annual report is available online

People reading annual report

We are delighted to announce that the Department of Transport and Main Roads Annual Report and financial statements for 2016–17 are now available on our website. Our Annual Report is more than a statutory requirement for the department, it is an opportunity to take stock of the previous year, highlight our achievements, assess our progress … Read more

QLDTraffic helps Queenslanders during disaster

Photo of a Road Closed sign in front of a road which is flooded

The landfall and aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie marked the first opportunity for QLDTraffic – TMR’s new traffic and travel information service – to really prove itself during a major emergency on Queensland’s transport network. Built as a modern, flexible replacement for the old 131940 service, QLDTraffic includes a new website and smartphone app, as … Read more

Heroes Bridge emerges from the flames

At approximately 10pm on Friday 5 September 2014, a truck carrying 50 tonnes of ammonium nitrate rolled over and exploded on the Angellala Creek Bridge approximately 30km south of Charleville on the Mitchell Highway. The force of the explosion not only injured eight people, but destroyed the road bridge over Angellala Creek, irreparably damaged the … Read more

Connecting today: imagining tomorrow

Woman presenting at conference

Join us at TMR’s premier innovation event, the TMR MIXr for collaboration, problem solving and hear inspiring presentations from some of the world’s most intriguing minds. We have an exciting line up of presenters kicking off the plenary session hosted by MC Chris Riddell. Chris is Australia’s most sought after futurist and a renowned strategist … Read more

Digital billboards – the future of roadside advertising realised

Extremely close photo of a blue LED screen

It wasn’t long ago that plasma screens started appearing in homes across Australia, bringing us in touch with a future only imagined in sci-fi and deep space thrillers. A screen so thin you can mount it on a wall? Crazy. Fast forward 15 years and Australia is at the forefront of digital roadside advertising, using … Read more

Get ready, Queensland

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