All of our partnerships help address these three areas:

  1. Safe and accessible transport
    Safe driving, preventing injury on the roads, and helping the community connect through transport.

  2. Local communities
    Communities located directly along our road network.

  3. Education and training
    Vocational training opportunities for disadvantaged communities and encouraging diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education at all levels.

 
We encourage new thinking and innovative solutions to confront these challenges and ensure our partnerships encourage diversity across all areas including gender, age, culture and ability.

Organisations and groups that will not be considered for partnership include those that:
  • Are for the benefit of one individual or a sporting team
  • Are overtly religious to the exclusion of others’ beliefs
  • May be considered to be discriminatory
  • Requests for donations
  • Promote substance misuse or the mistreatment of animals
  • Duplicate existing partnerships
To be considered for a partnership with us your proposal must:
  • Clearly demonstrate the benefit to the community and to Transurban
  • Outline how the opportunity will have a positive impact on our key focus areas
  • Tell us about your organisation
  • Provide a detailed list of benefits and potential opportunities to showcase the partnership
When assessing a partnership proposal we consider these key factors:
  • Benefit to the community
  • Partner organisation – who are you and what do you do
  • Story telling ability
  • Budget required
  • Measurement and reporting
  • Benefit for Transurban
  • Risk factors
  • Sustainability

 
For any questions, please contact us.