Corridor Access and Permits
Corridor Access and Permits
For safety and security reasons, we actively manage and strictly control access to the go via network and our network corridor.
Whether you have been engaged to conduct work on the network, or are organising an event affecting one of our roads or tunnels; to conduct an activity within the go via network and Transurban Queensland leased areas you must have an approved work permit and fulfill certain safety requirements prior to gaining access.
This requirement also includes non-road activities and general access requests. Activities requiring a work permit include; public utility plant installation and maintenance, advertising signage (including signage erected on boundary fences), developer works, inspections, site surveys, ancillary works and encroachments (as per the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994), and special events (e.g. fun runs, sporting events).
If you are a third party, not engaged directly by Transurban Queensland, you must obtain approval from the Transurban Permit Manager (Tel: 07 3182 2285 or via email ATWPermits@govianetwork.com.au) prior to submitting a permit application.
View our map showing the lease plans to find out whether you need to access Transurban Queensland leased area.
How do I apply for a Work Permit?
How to obtain a permit
Gateway Motorway (inc. Sir Leo Hielscher bridges) (N239)
Gateway Extension Motorway (N332)
Go Between Bridge
Logan Motorway (N210A)
Legacy Way Tunnel (M5)
Authority to Work Permit (ATW)
Please allow 10 days for processing.
Please see FAQs below for details of what needs to be supplied with a permit application
|Clem 7 tunnel (M7)||
Permit to work
Brisbane Motorway Services (BMS)
Jason Costin – 3250 1316
Allan Wheeler – 3250 1318
Main Office – 3250 1301
Permit to work
For contractors who are already inducted to Airport Link M7: – www.permitted.com.au For contractors who require induction please contact: Widodo Muis, Asset Manager. Telephone: 3624 1818 or alternatively your authorised APL representative to confirm arrangements.
Network Safety Inductions
It is also a mandatory requirement that all individuals accessing our network successfully complete our Network Safety Induction. The induction identifies risks specific to working within the go via network corridor and near high speed traffic, and outlines obligations for managing these risks. Inductions are valid for 12 months.
The only exception for these mandatory inductions for accessing our network is for Clem 7 and Legacy Way as these are under the operational control of BMS and EGIS respectively. Parties only requiring access to Legacy Way and Clem 7 tunnels are thus covered by the respective BMS and EGIS site specific inductions. To arrange tunnel inductions, please use the contact details provided for permits above.
One you have completed your induction, your NSI card will be available for collection from Transurban Queensland’s office, 7 Brandl Street, Eight Mile Plains. Please allow 7 days for the card to be ready. If you require your card sooner please email email@example.com.
Site Safety and Access Rules
Read more information about Transurban Queensland’s Network Site Safety and Access rules.
Authority to Work Permit Holders will receive regular Safety and Environmental Alert emails providing updates on changes relevant to the network corridor.
Access and permits
Maintenance and construction activities :
- Safe Work Method Statements for all activities being undertaken (eg. working at heights, working adjacent to traffic, use of EWP etc)
- Traffic Guidance Schemes (if applicable). These will need to be site specific if you are working around interchanges and off ramps
- Environmental Plan (if applicable)
- Scope of Work
- Program of Work (i.e. proposed access dates)
- Location of work site/s
- Map/s indicating how you will access work site/s
- Any other documentation that you feel may assist our assessment team in reviewing your application.
- Safe Work Method Statements for all activities being undertaken
- Traffic Guidance Schemes and/or Traffic Management Plan
- Event Management Plan
- Safety Plan
- Communications Plan
- Insurance Policy / Certificate of Currency.
Network safety induction
Personal protective equipment / Site Safety
- High visibility vest or shirt (colour to be assessed based on activity. Transurban’s preferred colour is orange)
- Safety boots
- Long pants (dual reflective stripes)
- Long sleeves
- Hard hats (in accordance with SWMS)
- Safety glasses (in accordance with SWMS)
- Gloves (on person)
- Additional specific PPE requirements as identified in Safe Work Method Statements relevant for activities being conducted
- PPE as identified in SWMS