Machinery of government changes will take effect from 1 January 2019 - this page will be updated accordingly.
Transport for Victoria – established by the Transport Integration Act 2010 – brings Victoria’s sector transport agencies together under one umbrella.
This coordinated approach fosters collaboration and integrated decision-making, and positions the government to meet the transport challenges facing Victoria.
- Public Transport Victoria
- Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria
- Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)
- Victorian Regional Channels Authority
- Port of Hastings Development Authority
While these individual sector transport agencies continue to be responsible for day-to-day operational matters in their respective sectors, Transport for Victoria connects these agencies to effectively plan for the future of Victoria’s transport system as a whole.
Head, Transport for Victoria
Transport for Victoria is led by the Head, Transport for Victoria, a statutory office established under the Transport Integration Act 2010.
The Head plays a key strategic role in ensuring Victoria’s growing transport system is integrated and coordinated.
Transport for Victoria also works closely with:
- the Office of the Coordinator General and its agencies delivering the government's Major Transport Infrastructure Program, namely:
- Rail Projects Victoria (delivering the Metro Rail Tunnel)
- Level Crossing Removal Authority
- West Gate Tunnel Authority
- North-East Link Authority
- Transport Safety Victoria
- Transport Accident Commission
- Melbourne Port Lessor
Transport for Victoria supports and provides advice to three transport sector ministers.
Minister for Transport Infrastructure, The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP
Minister for Public Transport, Ports and Freight, The Hon. Melissa Horne MP
Minister for Roads, Road Safety and TAC, The Hon. Jaala Pulford MP
Ros Spence, Parliamentary Secretary for Road Infrastructure