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AirportlinkM7 January 2017 toll price increases
On 14 November 2016, go via published updated Customer Service Agreements for go via pre-paid accounts, go via post-paid accounts and go via road passes.
go via is aware of a current email scam targeting motorists.
On Friday 2 September, Transurban Queensland hosted its annual Charity Challenge which saw more than 250 guests, business partners and transport industry stakeholders swap their suits for shorts for an action packed day of activities which raised $130,000 for children’s charity, Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland.
In the past month Queensland motorists have avoided $12 million in fees associated with unpaid tolls as a result of a suite of improvements recently made by Transurban Queensland.
From 1 July 2016, tolls, fees and charges for the go via network will be adjusted in line with the annual Brisbane Consumer Price Index (CPI). This year, Brisbane CPI is 1.69 per cent.
From today, travelling on Brisbane toll roads has become easier and more convenient for motorists with the transition of AirportlinkM7 accounts to the go via toll payment system.
The go via network is again proudly supporting SARAH’s Yellow Ribbon campaign and the United Nations (UN) Global Road Safety Week, which encourage motorists to drive safely so others survive.
Earlier today Transurban Queensland, operator of the go via network commenced operation of AirportlinkM7.
Brisbane communities encouraged to apply for Transurban community grants
Congestion black spots on the Logan Motorway and Gateway Extension could be eliminated following the Queensland Government’s decision to progress Transurban Queensland’s proposal to deliver vital upgrades.
LEGACY Way operator Transurban Queensland is challenging Brisbane commuters to share images of the leisure activities they can now enjoy with time saved using Brisbane’s newest tunnel to get #homesooner.
BP Logan Motorway is now open off the Logan Motorway, supporting motorists in the rapidly growing industrial areas south-west of Brisbane, as well as Logan City and Ipswich council areas.
From 1 October 2014, travelling on Brisbane toll roads has become much easier and more convenient for motorists with the permanent integration of the FLOW toll payment system into the go via toll payment system.
go via network has launched a new website - www.govianetwork.com.au This website replaces the Queensland Motorways website, and provides you with up-to-date information about all of our road assets.
go via is committed to enhancing your experience with us and helping you pay your tolls on time.
Queensland Motorways Management Pty Ltd has published updated Customer Service Agreements for all go via tolling products.
Transurban Queensland today announced toll prices for the soon to be opened Legacy Way tunnel.
Our go via retail network is expanding to include; United Petroleum, Puma Energy, Australian Federation of Newsagents and 7-Eleven.
The go via network is proudly supporting SARAH’s Yellow Ribbon campaign and the United Nations (UN) Global Road Safety Week.
With over 900 go via retail outlets ready to serve you, manual top-ups are now even easier. Simply present your go via card at your nearest participating go via retailer.
Transurban Queensland Group General Manager Wes Ballantine said Legacy Way delivered the critical connection between the inner northern suburbs and the western suburbs of Brisbane and beyond.
Scammers using a type of phone scam are currently targeting motorists. These scammers are contacting motorists at home and prompting them to make a payment to their tolling account by visiting a website or calling a phone number.
Our invoices and statements have been refreshed, so you can enjoy clearer communication and better service
Tolls on the Go Between Bridge will be free between 6pm Wednesday 31st December 2014 and 2am Thursday 1st January 2015
To help you get around Brisbane during this weekend's G20 summit the following go via network bridges will be toll free
Following the acquisition of the Clem7 in 2013, Queensland Motorways is working to provide an easier, more consistent, and convenient customer experience across its go via network
On 11 August 2014, Queensland Motorways Management Pty Ltd published updated Customer Service Agreements
For the tenth consecutive year, we are supporting the B105 Christmas Appeal, which supports the Children's Health Foundation
From 1 July 2014 there will be new tolls and fees for motorists travelling on the Gateway and Logan motorways, Go Between Bridge and CLEM7 Tunnel.
In 2014 Queensland Motorways is partnering with the Australian Road Safety Foundation in Fatality Free Friday.
Queensland Motorways is proud to support this year's Mother's Day Classic which raises vital funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Effective 26 March 2014 the direct debit return payment fee will change from $2.50 to $3.00. This fee is equal to the relevant bank charge and applies per dishonour if payment is unsuccessful. Up-to-date go via fees can be accessed online 24/7.$3.00. This fee is equal to the relevant bank charge and applies per dishonour if payment is unsuccessful. Up-to-date go via fees can be accessed online 24/7.
The Queensland Motorways Group today commenced tolling and operations of the Go Between Bridge following financial settlement with Brisbane City Council in an innovative deal that will help Council to bring forward much needed new road infrastructure projects.
From today, motorists travelling along the Gateway Motorway will benefit from new signage displaying travel times to key interchanges located along the motorway.
The Queensland Motorways Group completed its acquisition of the CLEM7 Tunnel today with settlement of the $618 million* deal with RiverCity Motorway (RCM) receivers.
Queensland Motorways supports B105 Christmas Appeal
Queensland Motorways today announced it had signed definitive agreements with the receivers of RiverCity Motorway (RCM) for the acquisition of Brisbane's CLEM7 tunnel.
On Sunday 1 September 2013, the iconic Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge - South will again play a significant role in Queensland's largest fun run, the Bridge to Brisbane.
Queensland Motorways Pty Limited is again proudly supporting the State's largest community fun run - Bridge to Brisbane on 1 September 2013.
Queensland Motorways has announced the new tolls and fees for all motorists travelling on the Gateway, Gateway Extension and Logan motorways from 1 July 2013.
This is Ryan Townsley. He is Queensland Motorways' first Road Safety Ambassador and advocate for its recently launched road safety awareness campaign, Drive Safe.
From tonight, Queensland Motorways will light up the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges (formerly Gateway Bridges) in yellow to support the Safer Australian Roads and Highways' yellow ribbon initiative, an event officially endorsed by the UN Global Road Safety Week (6-12 May).
Queensland Motorways is again proudly supporting Kiss Goodbye to MS (multiple sclerosis) by changing the lighting on Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges to red from 13 May to 30 May.
Queensland Motorways Holding Pty Limited (Queensland Motorways) and QIC Limited (QIC) today welcomed the Brisbane City Council's announcement that it has entered into exclusive negotiations regarding the indicative non-binding proposal by Queensland Motorways to acquire the tolling rights for Go Between Bridge and Legacy Way via long-term leases.
Queensland Motorways has partnered with the State's peak motoring organisation, RACQ, to provide first-class roadside response around the clock to customers in need of assistance on the Gateway, Gateway Extension and Logan motorways.
Soon a new electronic taxi access system will be introduced at the Brisbane domestic and international airports. This means that taxi drivers and ground transport operators will need a valid tolling tag account to access the airport holding areas and pick-up ranks.
Hertz is now offering their customers a convenient toll payment option, through Roam Express.
Construction on Queensland's largest ever road and bridge project, the $2.12 billion Gateway Upgrade Project, was completed last night with the final southern section of the motorway upgraded and opened to traffic within the original project timeframe.
Motorists can rest assured that the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges are strong and designed to be able to withstand significant impact.