List of websites hosted by the department:
The Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) is the principal transport research conference in Australia and New Zealand. It brings together transport researchers, policymakers, advisors and practitioners from a range of disciplines to share and build upon the latest research and thinking.
The Australian Transport Assessment and Planning (ATAP) Guidelines outline best practice for transport planning and assessment in Australia. They have replaced the previous National Guidelines for Transport System Management (NGTSM).
The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) provides economic analysis, research and statistics on infrastructure, transport and regional development issues to inform both Australian Government policy development and wider community understanding.
The Green Vehicle Guide helps you reduce your impact on the environment by providing information on the environmental performance of light vehicles sold in Australia.
The Infrastructure Investment Program is the Australian Government's policy for improved planning and accelerated development of Australia's land transport infrastructure.
Inland Rail will be fully connected across the rail network allowing trains to seamlessly travel between Melbourne and Brisbane via Parkes and connect Brisbane to Adelaide and Perth.
The commission was established under the International Air Services Commission Act 1992. The commission's primary responsibility is to serve the object of the Act by allocating capacity entitlements to Australian airlines for the operation of international airline services.
The Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is a World Heritage site located on Norfolk Island. One of Australia's most interesting and important heritage sites, KAVHA is a living showcase of Polynesian, convict and Pitcairn Islander history.
The National Faster Rail Agency is committed to supporting the Australian Government in planning for Australia's future population by working closely with state and territory governments on opportunities to develop rail infrastructure between major cities and key regional centres in order to advance social, economic and population outcomes.
The National Infrastructure Construction Schedule (NICS) establishes the first-ever national government infrastructure project pipeline. Its implementation is a collaborative effort between the Commonwealth, state and territory governments and local government.
To provide strategic planning and coordination of Commonwealth resources to deliver water security and boost agriculture in northern Queensland.
Regional Development Australia (RDA) is an Australian Government initiative that brings together all levels of government to enhance the development of Australia's regions. A national network of RDA committees has been established to achieve this objective.
Provides information about the Registered Automotive Workshop Scheme
The National Road Safety Strategy 2011–2020 represents the commitment of federal, state and territory governments to an agreed set of national goals, objectives and action priorities; setting out a path for action to reduce fatal and serious injury crashes on Australian roads.
RVCS allows vehicle manufacturers to electronically certify that the vehicles that they supply to the Australian market meet prescribed safety standards specified in the Australian Design Rules (ADRs).
The Sydney Airport Community Forum (SACF) was established to address the noise impacts from Sydney Airport in consultation with affected residents.
The Transport and Infrastructure Council brings together Commonwealth, State, Territory and New Zealand Ministers with responsibility for transport and infrastructure issues, as well as the Australian Local Government Association.
The Truck Buyers Guide provides a step by step guide for truck buyers to help them make a well informed choice that suits their business needs while minimising fuel consumption.
Set to open in 2026, Western Sydney Airport is a transformational infrastructure project that will generate economic activity, provide employment opportunities closer to home for people in the Western Sydney region, and meet Sydney's growing aviation needs.