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GIPA

Transport Access to Information Policy

Transport is committed to improving accountability and transparency by increasing access to government information. This commitment is outlined in our Transport Access to information Policy (pdf 134KB).

Access to Information

The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) promotes transparency and encourages the proactive disclosure and timely release of government information.

The GIPA Act does this in four ways:

  • Mandatory Proactive Release
  • Authorised Proactive Release
  • Informal release
  • Access Applications

Mandatory Proactive Release (Open Access Information)

The GIPA Act requires NSW Government agencies to make "Open Access Information" publicly available, unless there is an overriding public interest against disclosure. Please click on the following links to access Transport for NSW's Open Access Information:

Open Access Information for the operating agencies is available on their websites, as follows:

Authorised Proactive Release

In addition to the mandatory release of certain government information, NSW Government agencies are authorised under the GIPA Act to proactively make any government information held by the agency publicly available.

The transport agencies release a lot of information in various different forms on the relevant agencies’ website. 

The following Reports contain detail of the transport agencies’ delivery of performance in public transport delivery, projects and the efficiency of the road network:

Other statistical information about public transport services is available on the Bureau of Transport Statistics Website

TfNSW also proactively releases information about the numbers and outcomes of School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) reviews 

CCTV footage

Information about how to request access to CCTV footage.

Informal Release and Access Applications

If you require access to additional information, access can be sought either informally through the agency or through making an Access Application

Last updated: 6 March 2017

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