Free travel on Brisbane trains

RACQ has urged Brisbane commuters to take advantage of free travel on Queensland Rail services over the next four Mondays.

RACQ applauds Bruce Highway upgrade

RACQ has welcomed news the Bruce Highway upgrade to expand the stretch between Caboolture and Beerburrum to six lanes had been prioritised, but called for works to be fast-tracked further north.

Major highway cut by fire

The State’s peak motoring body has warned drivers to avoid unnecessary travel after a major highway was closed due to a fast-moving bushfire north of Toowoomba.

We're here for bushfire victims

As Queenslanders and their homes remained under threat from bushfires raging across the State, RACQ has activated teams to support impacted members.

River City to get more bridges

RACQ has welcomed news the first of five new green bridges to be built in Brisbane was now a step closer with community consultation kicking off.

Reduced road toll: not the time to relax

The State’s peak motoring body has welcomed news Queensland’s road toll had improved on last year’s, but warned it was not time for drivers or governments to become complacent.

Is your battery hot weather ready?

With high temperatures predicted across Queensland later this week, the State’s peak motoring body has urged motorists to check their battery was ready for the heatwave.

Better infrastructure needed before bullet train

RACQ has dismissed a proposal to use retired Japanese bullet trains for high speed rail between the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and instead called on governments to get on with delivering current projects.

Don't let Halloween become a nightmare

The State’s peak motoring body has warned drivers to be on the lookout for little ghost, ghouls and monsters walking the streets for Halloween on Thursday night.

Are tougher towie laws working?

RACQ has encouraged Queenslanders to have their say on the effectiveness of the new tow truck laws, after the State Government released a discussion paper and survey on the legislation designed to clean up the industry.

Beach access fee to skyrocket

The State’s peak motoring body has urged four-wheel-drive enthusiasts to lock in their annual permits for North Stradbroke Island now, with the fee set to jump by more than $100 in the coming days.

Second M1 hailed a congestion busting relief

RACQ has welcomed news by the State Government of the construction of the Coomera Connector, which would provide relief for the hundreds of thousands of motorists stuck in daily traffic commuting between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

New change to how you pay your way

RACQ has welcomed a move towards allowing commuters to pay for their public transport trips using their mobile phone, payWave, smartwatch and Fitbit.

Don’t be a blockhead!

RACQ has reminded Queenslanders about the rules around blocking intersections after a growing number of drivers were spotted doing so in CBD streets across Australia.

Thumbs up for new ferry terminal

RACQ has welcomed a proposed ferry terminal at a popular dining and entertainment precinct in Brisbane in a bid to ease congestion on surrounding streets.

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