Online transport forum to get people talking

The State’s peak motoring body has encouraged Queenslanders to have their say on key transport issues in their local communities.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads launched Transport Talk to provide locals with the opportunity to voice their opinions on a series of transport-related topics through online surveys and discussion groups.

RACQ spokesperson Clare Hunter said the Club urged people to get involved to help shape and improve transport experiences across the State.

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“Motorists and public transport patrons are in the best position to identify problems and can provide fresh ideas on how they could be solved,” Ms Hunter said.

“The online forums will cover a diverse range of topics including road and maritime safety, transport, infrastructure, cycling and innovative technologies and solutions like autonomous vehicles.

“Best of all, you can do it from the comfort of your computer, or out and about on your mobile device.”

More information could be found on TMR’s website.