Transurban is committed to achieving net zero by 2050

What we've done
  • Transurban fleet rationalisation, fuel efficiency and electric vehicle transition were considered within our most recent round of fleet procurement. Eight plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been incorporated into the Transurban fleet with more planned as suitable electric vehicle models become available between now and 2025
  • Ventilation optimisation and LED upgrades reducing demand for electricity (CityLink, Logan Enhancement Project and 395 Express Lanes) • 234kW of solar PV installed
  • Renewable energy power purchasing agreements (NSW and Queensland)
How we’re getting to 2030
  • Transition Transurban’s fleet to zero-emissions vehicles
  • Contractor targets for fuel efficiency
  • Ensure contractor vehicles are zero-emissions vehicles by 2030
  • Purchase more renewable energy (Victoria and North America)
  • Ongoing lighting upgrade and ventilation optimisation program
  • Install more onsite renewables
How we’re getting to 2050
  • Eliminate fuel from vehicle operations wherever possible as new technologies become available
  • Transition to 100% renewable energy
  • Supply chain requirements for renewable energy use and low carbon products and services
What we've done
  • Commenced direct engagement with top suppliers on greenhouse gas reduction
  • Carbon Disclosure Project supply chain reporting to improve data collection and track progress
  • Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) ratings for design and as built phases of all Australian projects, reducing major project emissions by >400,000 tCO2e to date
How we’re getting to 2030
  • Supplier commitments to renewable energy, Science Based Targets initiative and / or carbon neutrality
  • Low carbon and circular materials strategy to reduce waste and promote resource recovery
  • Enhanced major project specifications focused on reducing direct fuel consumption, increasing renewable energy and using low-carbon materials
How we’re getting to 2050
  • Electricity grid transition to renewable energy
  • Flexible work arrangements, access to digital technology, zero emissions vehicles and aviation sector commitments will reduce travel-related emissions across supply chain
  • Influencing our investment partners to undertake similar programs
  • Carbon offset of the residual emissions unable to be avoided