Accessibility features

This site has been designed and developed to ensure that its content is available to as many users as possible, including:

  • people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies
  • people with slower internet connections (including some rural and regional users) or less than state-of-the-art equipment
  • people with non-PC internet devices including handheld devices, game consoles and mobile phones.

The accessibility features available on this site include:

Queensland Government logo

All Queensland Government websites display the Queensland Government logo in the top left corner of their websites. This logo is a link to the TMR Home Page.

Site navigation

The site navigation is a menu located at the top of each page.

Contact us and website search

At the top right corner of each page you will find a link to the ‘contact us’ page for general enquiries. To the right of this is the search bar. You can type queries into the search bar and get a list of search results for pages.


The footer menu includes a site map with links to the major sections of the website. It also contains the Queensland Government legal and privacy notices, information on the access keys used through this site and information on multilingual services (if required).

Keyboard navigation

Several features have been included to help you navigate using a keyboard or alternate input devices or assistive technologies:
Browser support
The Queensland Government strives to make its public web resources compatible with a range of browsers, devices and platforms.

This is achieved by developing web resources according to international web standards and best practice, and regular testing across a range of different browsers.

The content on the page you came from is accessible to all browsers and internet devices, but may not display well in browsers which do not comply with these standards. If you are experiencing problems with any of our pages, please let us know.

The site search facility can be found in the top right hand corner of all web pages on this site.

To perform a search, enter one or more words in the search box and click the search button (or press the Enter key on your keyboard).

As the search tool is not case-sensitive, there is no need to use capital letters. Using words such as a, an, the, or, and of will not improve the results of the search. Any documents containing all your words will be displayed first, followed by documents that contain some of your words.

Each result will include:
  • a number indicating its position in the ranking
  • the document title shown as a link that can be selected
  • a short summary of the document
  • the web address of the information displayed as a link that can be selected
Downloading and viewing documents

Portable Document Format

To view Portable Document Format (PDF) files, you will need to have Adobe Reader installed. This can be downloaded free-of-charge from the Adobe website.

Use the Adobe Reader to:
  • View a document by selecting the link text. The document will load into the reader.
  • Save a document for later viewing by right-clicking your mouse on the link text and selecting Save Target As and saving the file in your preferred location.

If you have a Mac with a single button mouse:
  • Save a document for later viewing by holding down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text. Select Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.

Microsoft Office files

To view, save and print Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files you need an Office 365 paid subscription or a free Microsoft account

You will need to install the relevant Office apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) on your computer or mobile device. You can also store Office files in OneDrive or Dropbox and Office Online will open them in your browser.

Alternatively, you can use a non-Microsoft product such as Google Docs, however some features may not be available. You will need a free Google Account to use Google Docs. Visit the accessibility section for details about navigating this site using assistive technologies.
Consistent user experience
The Queensland Government has developed a Consistent User Experience Standard which is used on all government agency websites.

The purpose of the standard is to ensure that visitors:

  • can find the information they need quickly and easily
  • do not have to learn new navigation methods when using different Queensland Government agency sites
  • can move from one site to another with familiarity.

To make this consistent experience a reality, the standard requires that:

  • agency web pages are laid out consistently, with elements such as the navigation, search button and agency name always in the same place
  • navigation is based on what visitors are likely to be looking for, rather than on how departments are organised
  • the underlying techniques used to create the pages ensure they are accessible to as many people as possible.
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Tips to browse safely online
Here you’ll find some basic tips to protect your privacy and reduce the ability for people to see what you do online.

The ‘Close this site’ button

Some pages on this website include a ‘Close this site’ button. Use this button to quickly hide what you are looking at. You might find this helpful if someone comes into the room or looks over your shoulder and you don’t want them to know what you’ve been looking at. When you use the ‘Close this site’ button, it immediately closes this website and opens the Google search page in a new window. The ‘Close this site’ button doesn’t delete your browser history. This means that if someone checks your browser history on your computer or mobile device, they will be able to see everything you looked at on our website.

Clear your browsing history regularly

Web browsers keep track of your online activity through your browser history, cookies and caching. This is so you can find websites you’ve visited before, but it also means other people can see this data. To protect your privacy, it’s a good idea to clear your browsing history regularly. You can choose to delete everything or only some things. Find out how to clear your browsing history in: For other browsers and devices, check the provider’s website.

Use private browsing

Private browsing is an easy way to hide your browsing habits. If enabled, when you close your browser, all browsing history and stored cookies from future browsing sessions will automatically disappear. However, the sites you visited during your current browsing session will record your browsing activity. Your internet service provider will also record this information. Any files you download using private browsing won’t be deleted, so other people can access them if they use your device. Find out how to enable private browsing in: For other browsers and devices, check the provider’s website.

Accounts and passwords

Don’t let your browser auto-save your passwords. While the auto-save function may be convenient, it gives anyone who uses your device access to your accounts. When you are using an account with a password (e.g. your social media or email account), always log out before leaving the website.

Using other computers and devices

If you are worried about someone looking at your internet use, consider using a computer or device that they can’t access. This might be a computer at your local library, your work computer, or a family or friend’s device. But again, don’t auto-save any passwords and make sure you log out of your accounts when you’ve finished using the computer.

Mirco Connect

Micro Connect provides data communications equipment for the traffic signals industry. Australian based on premise electronics manufacturing facility and highly skilled design engineers. A dedicated software team for our custom designed Roads Connect platform. Bluetooth travel time and vehicle priority systems.

Li-Tech Solutions

Wom-Batt offers a smart, long-lasting, theft-proof solar charged power storage solution for all off-grid utilities. Underground power pods that use LiFePO4 technology to sustainably deliver high performance with zero running costs.

Wom-Batt currently powers many TMR roadside systems, with applications including solar streetlights, flood monitoring systems, road signage and more.


We are a global professional services company that leads through engineering, constructionand architectural expertise. Our forward-looking and innovative approaches connect and sustain communities around the world. Delivering extraordinary social and economic outcomes, we are focused on building lasting relationships with our partners and clients


Aerometrex is a geospatial tech company with expertise across high-resolution spatial data, derived products, and analytics, from 3D models, LiDAR and 2D imagery. The company’s data solutions have supported some of the country’s most critical infrastructure projects, and its MetroMap platform offers data as a subscription and off-the-shelf.


Ingal Civil Products is Australia’s leading manufacturer and supplier of highway safety barriers. We pride ourselves on having made a significant contribution to the safety on our roads. Our product range includes MASH compliant road safety barriers, carpark & industrial barriers, workzone & traffic control products, delineation and fencing products.


RETEX is a market leader of specialised road and pavement maintenance systems, specifically developed to enhance road safety and extend pavement service life.

RETEX offers:

❖ Skid Resistance Water Blasting -UHP Water Cutting to sealed surfaces

❖ Laser Texture Depth Assessment

❖ Line Removal & Pavement Cleaning

Environmentally friendly, RETEX can fully capture all waste products and remove them using certified waste management procedures.


PPG is an extremely diverse company with a global portfolio of businesses and product lines; more than 150 manufacturing facilities and equity affiliates; operations in more than 70 countries around the globe; and nearly 47,000 employees of wide-ranging nationalities, cultures, religions, ethnic, professional and educational backgrounds


Schréder is a global leading independent outdoor lighting solution provider. Schréder Australia comprises of Sylvania Schréder, Austube Schréder, and SCS -local providers of outdoors and customised indoor lighting solutions. We believe that lighting can empower people, impact lives, support communities, and transform spaces, cities, and the planet. Sylvania Schréder's lighting products adhere to the highest production standards, setting the benchmark for road, infrastructure and sport lighting in Australia. SCS is a trusted Smart cities solution systems provider that delivers reliable, scalable, and sustainable solutions to make cities smarter.


Insitutek was founded to transform geotechnics, earthworks and pavement construction. We are doing this through insitu testing methods and soil stabilisation. We help you get clear insight on what’s going on below the surface so you can make better informed timely decisions using our “best of breed” insitu testing methods. We deliver long lasting sustainable soil stabilisation solutions for soil improvement.

Ennis Flint

Ennis-Flint is the world’s leading manufacturer and distributor of pavement marking materials. We believe saving lives is a serious business; our commitment to this endeavour is reflected in the quality and performance of our products, people, and processes.


There’s more to BRAUMS than ever before. BRAUMS continues to deliver the world’s best Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and connected traffic management products. BRAUMS now delivers pedestrian, roadway, and urban lighting solutions, above ground radar detection and enhanced traffic management, along with Smart City solutions and parking management systems.


Damar is a market leading manufacturer of quality roadmarking technologies including paint, coloured surfacing, cold applied plastic and our world first UV Curing roadmarkingsystems. Innovation is at the heart of our business. Please visit our website to learn more about product range.


12d Model is powerful civil engineering, surveying and terrain modelling software for use on a wide variety of projects including mapping; site layouts; road, rail and highway design; residential and land developments; and drainage/sewer design.

12d Synergy is a data management and project collaboration package which has been used to great acclaim on projects such as NorthConnex and TSRC.

Global Synthetics Pty Ltd

Global Synthetics is an Australian owned and operated company, and a leading distributor and manufacturer of a wide range of geosynthetic products to service the civil engineering, construction, landscape and building industries in the Australasia and Pacific Regions.

“Our qualified engineers and experienced staff are committed to deliver the highest level of quality services and complimentary engineering support to provide cost effective solutions for all your geosynthetic requirements”

Downer EDI Works Pty Limited

At Downer, our customers are at the heart of everything we do.

Our Purpose is to create and sustain the modern environment by building trusted relationships with our customers.

Our Promise is to work closely with our customers to help them succeed, using world-leading insights and solutions. With a history dating back over 150 years, Downer designs, builds and sustains assets, infrastructure and facilities and we are the leading provider of integrated services in Australia and New Zealand.

At Downer, we are committed to providing high-quality services to our Federal, State, Local Government and commercial clients, delivering construction and maintenance of flexible and rigid. Downer has a proven history of successfully delivering these services under managing contractor, design and construct, ECI head contract and construct only commercial models.

Downer also provides expert project management services, engineering advice in soil and pavement stabilisation, capital infrastructure upgrades, pavement recycling, and outsourced facilities management of road networks and associated assets.


netBI is a leading SaaS cloud data platform and BI solution, specialising in the development of advanced AI and ML algorithms to deliver deeper data insights.

netBI is the most trusted data platform and business intelligence tool for organisations that manage transport, public transit, and road networks. We can help any business leverage complex datasets and simplify their data stack with one, web-based solution.

Combine, clean, analyse, and easily explore your historical and streaming data drawn from any source or system. Finally, you’ll have accurate, timely, and contextualised insights for better reporting and planning, and smarter operational decision-making.


SAGE Group is a global company with an extensive national footprint and 500+ people. As an integrated industrial digitalisation services provider, SAGE has built a suite of solutions designed to support clients to accelerate their digital journey, with the perfect balance of technology, process and capability.

SAGE delivers technologies that are creating accessible, integrated and cutting-edge transport and smart cities solutions; from end-to-end transport projects, data capture and analysis, congestion management and complete asset operations and maintenance. Their work helps improve end user’s road experience, reduce life cycle costs, lessen environmental impact, and prepare our transport systems for the future. And whether you need to upskill your internal capability or access additional talent, SAGE can help to give your organisation the momentum to succeed.

SAGE recently acquired AddInsight, the traffic intelligence software already deployed in all Australian and some New Zealand road authorities, to monitor traffic congestion. SAGE will continue to deliver against existing AddInsight commitments with a focus on service, technical excellence, and the added benefit of their SAGE Edge hardware and software integrations. SAGE’s global coverage, local delivery philosophy means their best people are already on the ground in every state and territory in Australia.

connected light solutions

A proud division of the Beacon Lighting Group, Connected Light Solutions are a leading provider of smart city and building solutions, including LED lighting and smart control systems. Working with leading brands from around the globe, we utilise the latest technology to develop market leading products for our local customers with internationally proven reliability.


Puma Bitumen is one of the largest global suppliers and modifiers of high quality bituminous road binders that meet and, in many cases, exceed all Australian specification requirements. Our passion for innovation ensures we stay at the forefront of industry developments. We have the most complete footprint in Australia with supply points in Townsville, Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart, Perth and Melbourne, supported by our fleet of bulk bitumen vessels, the largest in the wold. Combined, our assets, expertise and global footprint ensure we are the strongest end-to-end supplier into the Australian industry.

HDR PTY limited

HDR provides valuable connections through innovative and forward-thinking solutions. For more than a century, we have partnered with clients and industry to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our experience spans nearly 10,000 employees, in more than 200 locations around the world—and counting. Across Australia, our 200 strong team provide engineering and architecture services which harnesses our global capability under our broad-based employee ownership model. In Queensland, we offer a comprehensive range of transport planning and design services with direct experience across all stages of the project and asset life cycle. We’re proud to work with TMR, local government agencies, contractors and consultant partners to deliver for our community.

australian road research board (arrb)

The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) is the National Transport Research Organisation.

We are the source of independent expert transport knowledge, advising key decision makers on our nation's most important challenges. We have earned a reputation for scientific integrity and are the leading providers of value-added applied research and technical services.

ARRB’s mission is firmly focused on creating knowledge for tomorrow's transport challenges and solutions for today.

We work with road agencies, all levels of government, academia, and companies in the private sector.

When you work alongside ARRB, you get experience, expertise, and a trusted advisor. And that equals peace of mind, allowing you to focus on results. Regardless of scale or the level of technical complexity, ARRB delivers specialist expert advice, responsiveness and support you can rely on –each and every time

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