Road report information is compiled by RACQ in partnership with The Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Police Service and other government sources - see disclaimer below for more details.

Whilst the RACQ aims to provide you with the most accurate and recent data, some road conditions may not be included. In the interest of public safety, only the road conditions that are reported by trusted authorities and RACQ partners are included in the Road Conditions report.

Road Conditions FAQ's

You can select which types of Road Closures you wish to see indicated on the map by selecting or deselecting the Road Closure icons at the top of the map.

Road closures and load limits icon Road Closures and Load Limits - include but are not limited to wet weather, flooding, debris covering the road which could impact traffic flow or close the road way.

Incidents icon Incidents – traffic incidents that may risk traffic safety or delay traffic can include car accidents, spilled loads, police actions, power outages, emergency maintenance.

Roadworks icon Road works – scheduled or unscheduled road works that are expected to cause traffic delays.

Events icon Events – scheduled road closures due to sporting and cultural events or public activity such as ANZAC Day marches.

An automatic RSS feed every 5 minutes ensures the accuracy and up-to-datedness of the road reporting system. The Road Conditions Report information is compiled from information provided by Queensland Government's 13 19 40 Traffic and Travel information website.

The travelling times provided are as a guide only. Route times are calculated using a number of factors, but primarily using the signed speed limit for each section of road in conjunction with the types of turns required to complete the journey.

It is important to note that the calculated time does not take into account stops that you should take on the journey to ensure alertness, or your specific driving situation (e.g. you are driving a speed limited vehicle).

Additionally, road works, weather conditions and other road speed variations that are put in place are not generally taken into account.


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Disclaimer

The Department of Transport and Main Roads manages 34,000km of state-controlled roads in Queensland. RACQ and the Department of Transport and Main Roads have jointly launched a new, improved information service, consisting of a dedicated toll free phone number (13 19 40) and the web page you are now about to enter.

Transport and Main Roads welcomes and values RACQ's input and assistance in the development and operation of the new and improved Roads Conditions Service. The materials presented in this website were compiled by RACQ, from materials provided by Transport and Main Roads for and on behalf of the State of Queensland. Materials presented in this website are distributed as an information source only. Transport and Main Roads makes no statements, representations or warranties about the accuracy of completeness of, and you should not rely on, any information contained in this website. This information is current as at the date specified on the webpage and will be updated as conditions alter.

Transport and Main Roads disclaims all responsibility and all liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for all expenses, losses, damages and costs which you might incur as a result of the information contained in this website being inaccurate or incomplete in any way; makes no warranties that this website information is free of infection by computer virus or other contamination; recommends you utilise an appropriate virus scanner before downloading any information from this website; and disclaims all liability for any damages arising from your access, to use, or downloading of any information contained therein.