Transport Canberra and City Services

About Us

Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) is a diverse directorate responsible for managing roads, footpaths, street lights, cycle paths, active travel and the public transport network (ACTION buses and the light rail project).

The directorate delivers essential services Canberrans rely on each day including public libraries, the collection of recycling and waste, graffiti removal, shop and playground upgrades and grass mowing. It is also responsible for the management of urban trees, public open spaces and city places including maintenance of shops, domestic animal services, animal welfare and other licensing and compliance services including ranger services and permits for public land use.

Through the provision of these core services and an integrated transport network, TCCS will ensure Canberra remains a great place to live, work and relax.

TCCS manages a number of ACT Government businesses such as Capital Linen Service and Yarralumla Nursery and provides administrative oversight to the ACT Public Cemeteries Authority which operates the Woden, Gungahlin and Hall cemeteries.

View the Transport Canberra and City Services organisation structure (PDF 15.6MB)

We appreciate community feedback on our services, so please let us know what you think by using our feedback form.


All TCCS media releases are published on the ACT Government Open Government website.

For media enquiries please contact Access Canberra on 13 22 81 and ask for TCCS Communications.

Boards and committees

A number of boards and committees support the key functions of TCCS, including:


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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

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