COVID-19: Updates on Department of Transport services


Here you can see the highlights of the 2018-19 annual report including projects commenced, completed and new services.

  Annual report highlights


  • $4.4 million ICT systems delivered to enable on-demand transport reforms.
  • Growth in digital services recognised with Institute of Public Administration Australia WA Achievement Award for Best Practice in Digital Transformation.
  • Portfolio Strategic Projects Office established to facilitate stronger collaboration between the Portfolio partners on targeted, strategic priorities.
  • Stage 1 of on-demand transport reforms successfully introduced improving safety, choice and competition.
  • DoT and Main Roads Customer Contact Centres brought together to provide holistic customer services across the Transport Portfolio.
  • Phase 1 redevelopment of Jetty Road causeway completed as part of the Transforming Bunburyís Waterfront project.
  • $4 million invested in 38 cycling projects around the State, with more than 19 kilometres of shared path constructed to deliver safe and connected cycling networks.
  • DoTís Remote Services Team visited more than 60 communities around the State, improving access to services and breaking down barriers to obtaining a driverís licence.
  • State-of-the-art Success Service Centre opened to meet growing demand in Perthís south.
  • Practical Driving Assessment availability increased by more than 20% at Kelmscott Service Centre under innovative trial.
  • $7.4 million invested in regional airports to improve infrastructure, services and safety.
  • CCTV introduced at boating hotspots on the Swan River to reduce risky boating behaviour.
  • Stage 1 of Westport process successfully completed to develop long-term freight strategy for WA.
  • Record 20% of freight containers moved by rail, helping to reduce congestion and improve safety.
  • Revitalising Agricultural Region Freight Strategy released for public comment.
  • METRONETís Aboriginal Engagement Strategy, Gnarla-Biddi Ė Our Pathways Ė accepted by the Whadjuk and Gnaala Karla Booja Working Parties.
  • Surrey Road safe active street completed in the City of Belmont, making it easier and safer to ride for local trips to school, the shops or the park.



Transport Annual Report

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