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Data as at 30 June 2020

 

$4.59B

Total investments in transport infrastructure program*

*Includes Queensland Rail, Gold Coast Waterways Authority, School Bus Upgrade Program and Maritime Safety Queensland

 

$991M

Maintenance and operation state transport network

 

 

5.13M*

Population of Queensland

*ABS – Catalogue 3101.0

1.6%

Population growth from last year

 

$86.77M

Expenditure on natural disaster repairs

115km

Of roads reconstructed under Natural Disaster Program
(2019–2020)

33,367km

State-controlled roads including 4996km national network

3108

Bridges owned and maintained

 

Over 152M

Passenger trips on bus, rail, ferry and tram we provided our customers with within South East Queensland

11.92M

Passenger trips on bus, rail and air outside South East Queensland

418,054

Average number of passenger trips per day on South East Queensland network

1.7M

Passenger trips provided through the Taxi Subsidy Scheme

213,051

MyTransLink app active monthly users

2.48M

go cards used in South East Queensland             
 

41,146

QldTraffic Twitter posts

250,802

QldTraffic app visits

2.19M

QldTraffic website visits

 
 

23,190

Gold Coast tram daily passengers

$7.89

Average subsidy per trip provided through Taxi Subsidy Scheme

499

Limousine licences

3253

Taxi service licences

421

Authorised booking entities

17,459

Booked hire service licences

69,856

Authorised drivers of public transport

1473

Accredited transport operators

 

25,153

Weekly average number of driver licences obtained

172,067

Weekly average number of car registrations made

939,558

Recreational boat licences

214,535

Personal watercraft licences

3.8M

Driver licences

264,547

Recreational boats registered

29,701

Personal watercrafts registered

5.45M

Vehicles registered

 

356.8M

Tonnes of cargo we helped our industry customers move through our 21 declared ports

1,009M

Tonnes of freight moved on the surface network


$991M

Maintenance and operation state road transport network

$25.5M

Value of recreational boating facilities this year


Over 21,087

Ship movements in Queensland ports

Over 11,271

Ship movements in the ReefVTS monitored region

184

Derelict vessels removed from Queensland waterways this year

 

578km

Cycling Infrastructure delivered through funding from Active Transport Program (since 2006)

40km

Of cycling infrastructure built this year

$76M

Investment in cycling this year by the ATIP

 

131,219

Written driving tests conducted

122,829

Practical driving tests taken


32,387

On-road intercepts

33

Number of TMR-led Queensland Government Agency Programs


10.29 years

Average length of service

8%

Temporary

22%

Casual

70%

Permanent

82%

Non-corporate roles

7,333

Full-time equivalents

32%

SES/SO women


3.33M

Face-to-face services provided to customers across our 58 Customer Service Centres

9.3M

Customers conducted transactions using online self-service channels

16.8M

Customer interactions for the year