Further Information

Below is a list of organisations that can provide further information about Australia's future transport industry.

Further Information

State Governments

Australian Capital Territory Government:

New South Wales Government:

Northern Territory Government:

Queensland Government:

Government of South Australia:

Tasmanian Government:

Victorian Government:

Government of Western Australia:

Industry associations

ITS Australia:

Roads Australia:

Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative:

Government departments and agencies

Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities:

National Transport Commission:



How Austrade can help

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Austrade helps companies around the world to identify and take up investment opportunities in Australia as well as to source Australian goods and services. Our assistance includes:

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Austrade would like to thank ITS Australia and the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities for their assistance preparing this report.


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  4. As above.
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  17. As above.