Red Spot Congestion Surveys

The Red Spot Congestion surveys ask members to supply information on congested locations where delays are frustrating, but could be alleviated to some extent. These locations are referred to as 'red spots'.

This report also identifies red spots that road authorities may use to prioritise efficiency improvements on their road networks. It also highlights the need for regular monitoring of major traffic routes in all areas.

Read RACQ’s latest Red Spot Survey Report using the following links. An interactive map is also available to view the results.

Red Spot Congestion 2021 - Main Report

Red Spot Congestion Survey 2021 - Road list and additional comment

Red Spot map

Unroadworthy Roads Surveys

These reports give details from results compiled in the state-wide RACQ Unroadworthy Roads Surveys.

The surveys asked respondents to supply information on roads perceived to be in a poor or inadequate condition, unfit for the function they are designed to perform and not providing an acceptable level of service to the road user.

Read RACQ’s latest Unroadworthy Roads Survey Report using the following links. An interactive map is also available to view the results.

Unroadworthy road survey November 2020

Technical Appendix (November 2020)

Unroadworthy Roads map

Things to note

RACQ undertakes a range of ad-hoc surveys to understand how Queenslanders use, experience, and prioritise infrastructure, transport modes, and services.

Additional surveys available for review include:

  • Transport Priorities Survey 2019. This survey asked community members across Queensland regions about their satisfaction with transport modes and investment by the State Government and Councils, and which projects were most important for their region.

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