Transurban's Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact

  • Joanne KnightHead of HSE

    Who is Transurban?

    Transurban manages and develops urban toll road networks in Australia and the United States of America.

    We are a Top 20 company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and have been in business since 1996.

    Fleet: Approx 60 vehicles for Transurban Australia

    Staff (Asset Management, O&M, Project Delivery and Construction, Operations support): Approx. 350 employees globally
    Transport infrastructure: toll roads and tolling systems management, roads and tunnel construction.

    At the heart of our business strategy is our desire to be a ‘partner of choice’ for our government clients and an organisation that meets the needs of our customers. To do that, we have to provide effective transportation solutions to support the growth and well-being of our cities.

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    What does road safety mean to Transurban?

    • Providing assurances to protect Transurban’s road users, including customers, employees and contractors from harm
    •  The company values road safety as a key operating critieria in line with the Transurban Visio (Strengthen communities through transport) and to lead as a road network operator of choice
    • Transurban has adopted a five pillar proactive approach for road safety, strongly based on UN / WHO Road Safety approach recommendations and the business’s strategy / focus: Road Safety Management, Safe Infrastructure, Customer and Stakeholder Management, Safe Road User Behaviours and Incident Management

    What are Transurban’s NRSPP road safety commitments and by when?

    Road Safety Commitments


      1. Influencing the directions towards national approaches / standardisation for key road safety activities, such as Road Safety reporting, crash statistics, road infrastructure TBD
      2. Collaborate with industry to influence and improve Safe Road User Behaviours and outcomes. Ongoing
      3. Industry benchmarking and peer to peer information sharing on best practices to manage fleet
    and worker road user.Participate in industry forums / groups, such as – Toll Road Operators,
    companies with a significant number of fleet vehicles / road users, Roads and Tunnel construction.
      4. Participation and support for public and private-led road safety campaigns Throughout, in line with schedules