Disclosure log

A disclosure log makes information disclosed to an applicant under the Right To Information Act 2009 (RTI Act) available to a wider public audience. The RTI Act does not authorise publication of documents that contain the applicant’s personal information - only documents that do not contain the personal information of the applicant may be published to a disclosure log.

The RTI Act provides that if an agency decides to give access to a document that does not contain personal information of the applicant, and the applicant accesses the document within the access period (40 business days), the agency may include in a disclosure log a copy of the document if this is reasonably practical or details identifying the document and information about the way in which the document may be accessed*.   

If an agency decides to give access to a document that does not contain personal information of the applicant and the applicant fails to access the document within the access period, details identifying the document, and information about the way in which the document may be accessed and any applicable charge, may be included in a disclosure log.

*Section 78B of the RTI Act requires that information (including individuals’ names) must be deleted from any document or information published on the disclosure log if:

  • publication of the information is prevented by law;
  • the information may be defamatory;
  • if included in the disclosure log, the information would unreasonably invade an individual’s privacy or cause substantial harm to an entity;
  • the information is, or allows to be ascertained:
    • information of a confidential nature communicated in confidence by a person other than the agency; or
    • information that is protected from disclosure under a contract; or
  • that, if included the disclosure log, would cause substantial harm to an entity.

How to access released documents

You can obtain copies of the released documents by emailing a request with the details of the information requested, including the reference number, and how you wish copies to be provided (e.g. email, CD, hard copy) to: rti@qr.com.au
 
Alternatively, you can send a written request to:
Senior Adviser RTI and Privacy
Legal
Queensland Rail
GPO Box 1429
Brisbane QLD 4001
 

For documents released before 2018, check our archives below:

 
  
  
Topic/Information requested/released
Applicant/entity and status
8 April 2019RTI-471

Access to ministerial briefing notes and attachments, reports and internal
correspondence (limit searches to QR Chief Executive Officer Nick Easy, Executive General Manager People and Culture, Executive General Manager Citytrain), relating to:
1. Delays in the Workplace Management System;
2. Damages involving system vendor GIRO due to delayed implementation.
Timeframe: Since 1 January 2018

Seven Network (Operations) Limited

Application finalised*

1 March 2019RTI-474

All available design and as-constructed engineering information for the Brisbane Terrace overbridge near Redbank train station at 25.930km on Main Line. Any dilapidation inspection reports that have been carried out on the structural integrity of the bridge would also be helpful.
Timeframe: January 1950 – January 2019

AT&L and Associates Pty Ltd
Application finalised*

RTI-476

Documents, emails or reports regarding problems and/or delays experienced with the implementation of the European Train Control System on the Queensland Rail network over the last 18 months (July 2017 – December 2018 inclusive).

Currently being processed

RTI-481

All available design and as-constructed engineering information (engineering drawings, specifications, calculations, reports) for the Monash Road/Francis Road railway overbridge located approximately 600m east of the Redbank train station. In particular any structural, civil and geotechnical drawings, reports and specifications related to the foundations and superstructure of the bridge  (January 2010 – March 2019)

Currently being processed

15 March 2019RTI-468
1. All reports of the fire at Berajondo from between 4 and 6 September 2018.
2. All reports of the fire at Colosseum from 6 September 2018 to present.

Mr Craig Carter
Application finalised*

RTI-483

All documents directly or indirectly related to any:
• slip and fall incidents on or around the stairs connecting platforms 2 and 3 to the underground pedestrian underpass at the eastern end of the Darra railway station;
• construction, design and maintenance of the stairs connecting platforms 2 and 3 to the underground pedestrian underpass at the eastern end of Darra railway station; and
• water and/or flooding on or at the bottom of the stairs connecting platforms 2 and 3 to the underground pedestrian underpass at the eastern end of Darra railway station.

Time period: 2003 – 19 February 2019.

Currently being processed

RTI-480

Documents since 1 January 2018, specifically reports and related AV material (eg. CCTV/video footage/audio) of assaults on trains. If footage of more than 10 incidents is captured, please limit to the first 10 located, with searches starting chronologically.

Currently being processed

RTI-478

CCTV vision of incidents involving Queensland Rail passengers and trains at stations and platforms across South-East Queensland. ln particular, examples of passengers disobeying safety rules to put themselves and others at risk.

Currently being processed

RTI-463

CCTV footage around exit tag-off area Roma Street train station (the end nearest Queensland Police Transit Centre Station) around 7:53pm, Wednesday 5th September 2018.

Currently being processed