Roads and Transport FRG

The effects of a disaster on transport networks, including road, rail, aviation and maritime normally result in difficulty accessing communities and disruption to critical supply chains (both within and outside of the impacted area). Restoration of these networks, or the identification of alternatives, is a priority in disaster recovery.

Lead Agency

Department of Transport and Main Roads

The Roads and Transport Functional Recovery Group is chaired by the Director-General of the Department of Transport and Main Roads.


Membership is dependent on communities and industries affected and the severity of damage as a consequence of the event. Other members may be included as required.

  • AgForce
  • Aurizon
  • Civil Contractors Federation
  • Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
  • Department of Resources
  • Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning
  • Department of Transport and Main Roads
  • Department of the Premier and Cabinet
  • Local Government Association of Queensland
  • Maritime Safety Queensland
  • Queensland Rail
  • Queensland Reconstruction Authority
  • Queensland Resources Council
  • Queensland Trucking Association.

(Last updated 26/06/2023. Source: Queensland Recovery Plan (June 2023) - Annexure C.)