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About RACQ’s Advocacy

The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) is proud to be Queensland’s advocate for safe, affordable and sustainable mobility. As Queensland’s largest Club, with more than 1.7 million members, the 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:

  • fuel and energy
  • road safety
  • road, public, and active transport infrastructure
  • transport funding
  • emerging and future mobility

RACQ lobbies all levels of government to share our commitment for safe, affordable, and sustainable transport policies and infrastructure to benefit Queenslanders. Read our policy platforms for the State and Federal governments here:

  • Mobility Matters 2020-2024 presents RACQ’s priority policies and transport projects for the 2020 Queensland state election.
  • Queensland Matters outlines RACQ’s transport funding and project priorities for the 2019 Federal election.

Read more about RACQ’s priorities and policies on the following pages or at Lobbying on Behalf of Our Members.

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Fuel and Driving Costs

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Roads and Infrastructure

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Reports and Submissions

Library of past reports and submissions on transport issues

Member and Community Surveys

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Future Mobility

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Advocacy Charter

RACQ is the independent advocate for 1.7 Million Queenslanders on the roads, in the home and within our communities.

This means we will:

  • Understand our current and future members’ needs and priorities through regular engagements and credible research
  • Advocate on behalf of our membership to all levels of government, using our independence and strong voice on their behalf
  • Communicate our policies and other significant advocacy initiatives to our members and other stakeholders

Read the RACQ Advocacy Charter.

Advocacy charter