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Disclosure log

The Right to Information Act 2009 (the Act) commenced on 1 July 2009. Documents released under the Act to applicants will be progressively published via our disclosure log.

On 22 February 2013 the Right to Information Act 2009 was amended to provide new disclosure log requirements in respect of right to information applications made to departments and ministers.

The Act requires departments and ministers to include certain information in a disclosure log as soon as practicable after a valid access application is made, in particular, the details of the information being sought and the date the application was made valid.

If departments and ministers decide to give access to a document that does not contain personal information of the applicant, and the applicant accesses the document within the access period (40 business days), departments and ministers are required to also include in the disclosure log a copy of the document, the name of the applicant and if access to the document was sought for the benefit or use by an entity other than the applicant, the name of the other entity*.

If the applicant does not access the document within the access period, then the details of the document and information about the way in which the document may be accessed changes will be included in the disclosure log.

For documents released before 2019, check our archives below:
Date Application
number
Topic/information released and attachments Applicant/entity and status
3 January 2019  RTI-104  All written correspondence between the Department of Transport and Main Roads and the Australian Taxation Office in relation to the application for a Class Ruling on the "assessability" or tax treatment of lump sum payments made by the Government to the holders of Queensland taxi and limousine licences.
The class ruling application document from the Queensland Government, together with any accompanying letters, emails, and other attachments.
The draft ruling from the ATO in relation to the application, together with any accompanying letters, emails, and other attachments.
Date range of request: 01/01/2017 to 31/12/2018.
Currently being processed
3 January 2019  RTI-105  Reports, ministerial/executive briefing notes and attachments and internal correspondence including emails relating to Cross River Rail. Internal correspondence is to be limited to only the Director-General and Deputy Directors-General.
Date range the request: 01/07/2018 to 03/01/2019. 
Currently being processed
3 January 2019  RTI-106  Documents discussing any investigations or inquiries relating to DTMR employee. This should include documents discussing any suspension or termination of the employee's contract.
Date range for request: 01/01/2018 to 31/12/2018. 
Currently being processed
3 January 2019  RTI-107  Garaged address of  a vehicle.  Currently being processed
3 January 2019  RTI-108  Plans, test certificates, audit reports and any other relevant documentation for the marine vessel "Toolunka".  Currently being processed
7 January 2019  RTI-111  CCTV footage capturing a traffic accident on 8 December 2018 between 5:55 pm and 6:05 pm at the intersection of Bundock Street and St James Drive, Belgian Gardens.  Currently being processed
7 January 2019  RTI-112  Contact details of the owner of a vessel involved in an incident on 20 October 2018.  Currently being processed
7 January 2019  RTI-113  Plans and stability information for the vessel "Liberation."  Currently being processed
8 January 2019  RTI-114  Copies of all invoices issued by TMR (including copies of sub-contractor invoices) relating to TMR property damage at 913 Southern Cross Way after the Toombul Road onramp on 29 March 2018.  Currently being processed
8 January 2019  RTI-79
Copies of all invoices issued by TMR (including copies of sub-contractor invoices) relating to TMR property that was damaged at Juliet Street at the intersection with Marquis Street at Greenslopes on 25 December 2017.  Currently being processed
10 January 2019  RTI-68  All general arrangement, drawings, stability and survey documents for the vessel "Defender" and the ongoing contact and correspondence with the department relating to vessel ownership and subsequent legal proceedings. 
Date range for request: 01/03/2002 to 18/12/2018. 
Currently being processed

*Under section 78B of the Act, information must be deleted from any document or information included in a disclosure log under section 78(2), including an individual's name, if publication:

  • is prevented by law
  • would be defamatory
  • would unreasonably invade a person's privacy
  • is confidential communication by a person other than the agency
  • is protected under contract
  • would cause substantial harm to an entity.
Where the released documents are not attached to the relevant entry, the below information will help you identify the department’s reason for not including the documents:
  1. No documents released, or pages would be blank after the removal of personal information.
  2. Documents not published due to privacy or confidentiality considerations.
  3. Documents contain information that could be defamatory.
  4. Documents not published due to copyright or contractual considerations, or prevented by law.
  5. Publication of documents may cause substantial harm to an entity.
  6. Due to size constraints, copies of the actual documents for this application cannot be published on the disclosure log. You can obtain copies of the released documents by emailing a request with the details of the information requested, including the application reference number, to contactrti@tmr.qld.gov.au. Alternatively, you can send a written request to:
    Director (RTI, Privacy and Complaints Management)
    Department of Transport and Main Roads
    GPO Box 1549
    Brisbane Qld 4001

If you have any questions about the disclosure log, contact the RTI, Privacy and Complaints Management Team by phone on 07 3066 7108 or email contactrti@tmr.qld.gov.au.

Last updated
16 January 2019