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Appendix 1: Legislation administered by TMR

We administer a range of Acts for transport-related purposes listed below:

  • Adult Proof of Age Card Act 2008
  • Air Navigation Act 1937
  • Century Zinc Project Act 1997 (Sections 5(2) to (7), 11, 12 and 13)
  • Civil Aviation (Carriers’ Liability) Act 1964
  • Gold Coast Waterways Authority Act 2012
  • Heavy Vehicle National Law Act 2012
  • Maritime Safety Queensland Act 2002
  • Queensland Rail Transit Authority Act 2013
  • Rail Safety National Law (Queensland) Act 2017
  • State Transport Act 1938
  • State Transport (People Movers) Act 1989
  • Sustainable Ports Development Act 2015
  • Thiess Peabody Mitsui Coal Pty Ltd Agreements Act 1965*
  • Tow Truck Act 1973
  • Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
  • Transport Operations (Marine Pollution) Act 1995
  • Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994
  • Transport Operations (Marine Safety – Domestic Commercial Vessel National Law Application) Act 2016
  • Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Act 1994
  • Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
  • Transport Planning and Coordination Act 1994
  • Transport (South Bank Corporation Area Land) Act 1999
  • Transport Security (Counter-Terrorism) Act 2008

*Except to the extent administered by the Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships; and the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy.

Appendix 2: Performance statements 2017–18

Service Area: Transport System Investment, Planning and Programming

Service Area Objective: To provide the direction for a single integrated transport network in Queensland, including the policy and planning framework to make informed investment decisions.

Service Area: Transport Infrastructure Management and Delivery

Service Area Objective: To construct, maintain and operate an integrated transport network accessible to all.

Service Area: Transport Safety and Regulation

Service Area Objective: To regulate the transport system safely, economically and sustainably without imposing unnecessary red tape.

Service Area: Customer Experience

Service Area Objective: To put customers at the centre of the delivery of the department’s products and services to understand their expectations, improve their experience and reduce rework.

Service Area: Passenger Transport Services

Service Area Objective: To lead and shape Queensland’s passenger transport system by providing a single integrated passenger transport network accessible to everyone.

Service Area: Transport Infrastructure Construction and Maintenance 

Service Area Objective: RoadTek provides transport infrastructure solutions, including construction and maintenance services to enable the Department of Transport and Main Roads to deliver on Queensland Government priorities and outcomes for the community.

Appendix 3: Camera Detected Offence Program


Revenue $,000
  Department of Transport and Main Roads 119,918
  Department of Treasury and Trade (State Penalties Enforcement Registry) 46,178
Total revenue 116,096

Administrative/operational costs $,000
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—operating 6,264
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—equity 346
  Queensland Police Service—operating (including road safety enforcement initiatives) 42,236
  Queensland Police Service—equity 1,559
  Department of Treasury and Trade (State Penalties Enforcement Registry) 8,353
Total administrative/operational costs 58,758


Expenditure from remaining revenue $,000
Road safety education and awareness
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—operating 11,306
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—equity 2,102
  Public Safety Business Agency 930
Road Accident injury rehabilitation programs
  Queensland Health—to support the purchase of blood products used in the treatment of victims of road trauma 4,500
Improvements to the safety of state-controlled roads
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—operating 2,000
  Department of Transport and Main Roads—equity 70,570
Total expenditure from remaining funds 91,408
Total expenditure 2017–18 150,166
Total revenue less total expenditure 15,930

The Annual Report Appendices also contain:

  • Transport Operator payments
  • Glossary
  • Acronyms
  • Compliance checklist
  • Where to find us
  • Figures and tables index
  • Index

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