On the first of July in 2019, the Department of Transport (DoT), VicRoads, and Public Transport Victoria came together to form a transport department that is properly integrated, bringing Melbourne in line with other major cities around the world.

The Department of Transportation became known as the Department of Transport and Planning on January 1, 2023.

They are in charge of the overall transportation network, so they do not independently plan or operate our road, tram, or rail systems.

They now have a singular, integrated focus on addressing the most pressing problems, thanks to the establishment of a new Department of Transport and Planning. This focus ranges from enhancing bus service in rapidly expanding suburbs to simplifying the process of walking and cycling to new locations and embracing emerging technologies.

All road management functions and responsibilities of the Roads Corporation (VicRoads) will be transferred to and vested in the Head, Transport for Victoria (established under s64A of the Transport Integration Act 2010) as of the first day of the year 2020.

As a result, a reference to the Roads Corporation or VicRoads in the road management standards, manuals, guidelines, codes of practice, technical notes, drawings, specifications and other technical information and documentation available for download must be construed as a reference to Head, Transport for Victoria –

(a) so far as the reference relates to any period on or after 1 January 2020; and
(b) if not inconsistent with the subject matter.

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