List of websites hosted by the Department:
The Accredited Air Cargo Agent (AACA) Scheme operates in conjunction with the existing Regulated Air Cargo Agent (RACA) Scheme. Both Schemes apply to businesses that transport and handle air cargo from anywhere in Australia.
The 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 Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) operates within the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development to provide economic analysis, research and statistics for the Government and the community, improving the understanding of the economic factors influencing the transport sector and regional Australia.
The Green Vehicle Guide provides ratings on the environmental performance of new vehicles sold in Australia. You can use this site to see how vehicles compare on greenhouse and air pollution emissions.
Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure.
The Infrastructure Investment Programme is the Australian Government's policy for improved planning and accelerated development of Australia's land transport infrastructure. It will revolutionise the planning and funding of Australia's national roads, railways and inter-modal terminals by taking a long-term, strategic approach to future needs.
The Commission was established under the International Air Services Commission Act 1992. The object of the legislation is to enhance international air services by fostering: greater economic efficiency in the airline industry, and increased competition between Australian carriers; increased responsiveness by airlines to the needs of consumers, including an increased range of choices and benefits; Australian tourism and trade; and the maintenance of Australian carriers capable of competing effectively with airlines of foreign countries.
On 30 March 2014, the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Tony Abbott MP, established the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) to coordinate the Australian Government's support for the search into missing flight MH370. The JACC is the coordination point for whole-of-Australian Government information, messaging and stakeholder engagement, including keeping the families of those onboard and the general public informed of the progress of the search.
The Major Project Facilitation program is a free facilitation service administered by the Department. Eligible significant strategic projects across industry may be granted MPF status by the Hon. Warren Truss.
The MyRegion website provides information on the various regions of Australia.
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.
The Australian Government Reconstruction Inspectorate overssaw the reconstruction activity undertaken by state governments following natural disaster events that occurred in Queensland between late 2010 and June 2013 and in Victoria in early 2011.
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.
This web site enables members of the general public to search for Registered Automotive Workshops (RAWs) actively participating in the Registered Automotive Workshop Scheme (RAWS) and for vehicles that have been fitted with a “used import plate”. RAWS legislation requires us to make this information available to the general public.
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 Federal Government established the Sydney Airport Community Forum (SACF) in July 1996 as part of its commitment to addressing the noise impacts from Sydney Airport in consultation with affected residents. SACF is the main forum for consultation on the Sydney Airport Long Term Operating Plan. The Forum includes representatives from the Community, Local Councils, Industry, and State and Federal Parliaments.
The Transport and Infrastructure Council (the 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.
A website that consolidates travel security information for domestic and international air travellers in one easy-to-find place.
The Truck Buyers Guide website is aimed at business owners who require a small-medium sized truck, but do not have a detailed knowledge of truck specifications and performance. It provides as step by step guide for truck buyers to help them make a well informed choice that suits their business needs while minimising fuel consumption.
The Australian Government has announced that Badgerys Creek will be the site for a Western Sydney airport. This demonstrates the Government's commitment to the Western Sydney region, where a new airport would be a major catalyst for investment and jobs growth. An airport in Western Sydney would also bring benefits to the Australian economy more broadly.
The White Paper is a vision to unlock the great potential and opportunities of the north. It focuses on building priority roads, developing water resources, removing red tape, building a sustainable workforce and ensuring effective governance arrangements.