Who we are
Transmax is the solutions provider of the international-award winning ITS platform STREAMS. We exist to improve people’s lives by providing industry-leading transport solutions and help move millions of commuters around Australian road networks every day.
We place our customers at the centre of everything we do and work collaboratively to ensure our ITS solutions meet their needs. Transmax oﬀers customers systems engineering, software design and development, along with a range of consulting and support services throughout the entire ITS lifecycle, all delivered with customer service excellence.
With 50 years’ of ITS' experience, we help our customers realise the community beneﬁts of optimising transport networks by providing smarter, more sustainable ITS solutions.
Transmax provides STREAMS to more than 13 traffic management centres (TMCs) and manages over 75,000 devices in Australia. In addition, the success of the company's ITS platform has resulted in its STREAMS Smart Motorways product scheduled to be trialled by the Colorado Department of Transportation in the USA in 2020. This trial is a collaboration between Transmax, WSP and Department of Transport, Victoria.
Transmax remains wholly owned by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, and is governed by an independent Board of Directors.
ITS was installed
(Traffic Responsive Adaptive Control) System. Progressive installation of the
TRAC System followed at several more sites around Queensland including Brisbane.
ramp metering and graphical displays of traffic conditions. It also provided automatic incident detection.
costs while providing increased performance and opportunity for future ITS applications.
These objectives were met successfully and the resulting system was STREAMS®.
was privatised to form Transmax which remains 100% owned by TMR.
Extended STREAMS® functionality
STREAMS® Analytics and new integrated, rules-based LUMS engine
and the Australian Capital Territory
Images are courtesy of Department of Transport Victoria, the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure South Australia, and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Visual Resource Library.