Transurban Group


Transurban Group (ASX:TCL) is engaged in the development, financing, operation and maintenance of toll roads networks, as well as management of the associated customer and client relationships. The Company's segments include Victoria (VIC), New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD) and the Greater Washington Area (GWA). Its VIC segment's operations include CityLink operations and development of CityLink Tulla Widening and Western Distributor. Its NSW segment's operations include GLIDe tolling system and the development of NorthConnex. Its QLD segment's operations include AirportlinkM7 and the development of Inner City Bypass (ICB), Gateway Upgrade North and Logan Enhancement Project. Its GWA segment's operations include 95 Express Lanes and the development of I-66, I-395 and Southern Extensions to 95 Express Lanes. The Company manages and develops urban toll road networks in Australia and the United States. Its subsidiaries include Transurban Holdings Limited and Transurban Holdings Trust.  

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