RACQ is urging our state and federal governments to green-light vital road and transport projects throughout Queensland.
Queensland Matters outlines RACQ’s priorities including a range of key infrastructure projects and policies aimed at saving lives, boosting sustainability, increasing roads and natural disaster resilience and affordability, and ensuring smart infrastructure spending.
Since the last federal election, more than 740 people have been killed on Queensland roads and thousands more have been injured.
Our number one priority is to reduce this number by advocating for the federal government to commit to reinvesting 100% of fuel excise back into road upgrades and transport infrastructure.
RACQ’s priorities for Queensland include:
RACQ is also calling for:
RACQ is proud to be the independent advocate for 1.7 million Queenslanders on the roads, in the home and within our communities.
This means we will:
To learn more about our advocacy priorities, read the RACQ Advocacy Charter.
We advocate for better transport
RACQ works hard to influence government and decision makers to secure better transport outcomes for Queenslanders.
In accordance with RACQ's Advocacy Charter, we aim to ensure Queenslanders have safe, affordable and sustainable mobility across a range of motoring and transport interests including:
distributed to clubs and community groups since 2011.
RACQ Air Rescue Network
494 air rescues
throughout Queensland in 2021.^
through our Local Giving program.
educated on road safety and financial wellbeing in 2021.^
^Figures shown on this page are continuously updated with a summary of FY22 figures to be released in the FY21-22 Annual Review.
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