Reports, strategies and plans
Current and future plans, strategies and initiatives for land use, transport planning, infrastructure investment and logistics across the Territory.
Lands and planning
Development assessment services, land information, valuation service, planning, land development and aboriginal land.
Transport and road safety
Education and awareness programs, road safety and driving campaigns, initiatives and activities, vehicle standards and compliance.
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What we are doing
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics has completed a review of taxi fares across the Northern Territory.
A significant public housing project in Darwin is taking shape with 2 of the 3 towers at John Stokes Square Precinct reaching a major milestone.
To create a safer and more pleasant environment for bus drivers and the travelling public, amendments have been made to the Public Transport (Passenger Safety) Act 2008 giving Transit Officers more powers to address anti-social behaviour.
31 of 38 homes programmed for the Borroloola Town Camps development have been completed, with the remaining seven underway.
The new NT infrastructure framework aligns infrastructure planning and investment with the Territory Government’s 2030 goals of a sustainable and diverse $40 billion economy, a population of 300,000 and 35,000 more jobs.
Registration and stamp duty for electric vehicles will change from 1 July.
Congratulations to Louise McCormick, Infrastructure NT Commissioner, on winning the Roads Australia 2022 John Shaw Medal.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics have released new guidelines for the selection, installation, upgrade and maintenance of bus stop infrastructure.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is upgrading a section of the shared path on McMillans Road at the Vanderlin Drive roundabout.
On Monday, 16 May 2022, commercial passenger vehicle (CPV) compliance officers (inspectors) will commence a 6-month trial of the use of body worn cameras (BWCs) when performing their duties.This includes when they conduct on-road audits of CPVs.