Unroadworthy Roads Surveys

2022 Unroadworthy map

Nominations for the 2024 Unroadworthy Roads Survey have now closed. A report is being prepared and will appear here once complete. 

Results will be provided to road authorities to help identify and support improvements on their road network and assist with RACQ’s lobbying efforts to bring these to the attention of political parties running in the upcoming Queensland and Federal elections.

Read RACQ’s previous Unroadworthy Roads Survey Reports using the drop down menu below.

Red Spot Congestion Surveys  

Red Spot Map 

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'.

The survey reports identify 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 Congestion Survey Report using the following links. An interactive map is also available to view the results.

2023 Red Spot Congestion survey

RSC Survey - Additional comments

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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