Part of our role as the State’s peak motoring organisation is to provide a strong voice for our more than 1.8 million members and their families.

As Queensland’s largest Club, the RACQ is proud to be Queensland’s advocate for safe, affordable and sustainable mobility.

We work hard to influence government and decision makers to secure better transport outcomes for Queenslanders.

We represent your interests in areas such as: 

  • fuel and energy
  • road safety
  • traffic and road infrastructure
  • transport funding
  • public and active transport

Effecting change in Queensland

Our members care about better roads and transport and rely on us to give them a voice at the political level. They want easier access to health care and education, and transport systems that get them there safely and efficiently.

Ahead of each State Government election, the RACQ releases its priority policies and transport projects to:

  • improve the safety of road users
  • address the cost of owning and driving a car
  • enhance the performance of our transport network.

In the three years since the release of Motoring Matters in 2015, the RACQ has lobbied and worked with government to deliver safe, affordable and sustainable transport outcomes to benefit Queenslanders.

Going into the 2017 State Government election, the RACQ’s advocacy campaign looks to the future but we are also focused on meeting our members’ current mobility needs and addressing issues such as congestion, road safety, transport costs and network condition.

Mobility Matters 2017-2021 calls on government to share our commitment for safe, affordable and sustainable transport policies and infrastructure to benefit Queenslanders.

Click below to view an interactive map which highlights RACQ's priority projects to improve Queensland's transport network.

You can also view how these projects are positioned alongside other government and mobility features including public transport, electric vehicle chargers, toll points and electoral boundaries.

View Projects Map

Priority Policies

Priority Projects