Search for transport noise corridors

For building applications, you can use the mapping tool to find out if a property is in a designated transport noise corridor.

How the mapping tool works

The tool provides a mapped image and a report about the transport noise corridor that affects a property.

The tool's features include:

  • easy navigation for property searches
  • options for viewing search results, including standard cadastre or satellite image
  • regular updates for property changes such as a subdivision or a divided property
  • options for print sizes and saving search results.

Guides for using the mapping tool

The user guide has been updated to reflect the newer mapping for state-controlled roads.

  • Quick guide (PDF, 792KB) – an introductory guide to help you use the mapping system and obtain a property search result.
  • User guide (PDF, 2MB) – a comprehensive guide to the mapping system and all online search functions and results.

If you need the guides in another format, email

Accessing the mapping tool

To access the mapping tool:

  1. Visit the Department of Housing, Local Government, Planning and Public Work's Queensland Planning System – Maps.
  2. Scroll down and select State Planning Policy Interactive Mapping System.
  3. Click the I Accept button to accept the disclaimer.
  4. Click the Start button.
  5. Click the Information Purposes link.
  6. Click the Transport Infrastructure option to view the corridor information.


  1. The mapping tool can only search for properties affected by the State Government's designated transport noise corridors. It does not include transport noise corridors designated by a local government or noise-related requirements that may be included in a local government planning scheme. Contact the relevant local government to check for any planning scheme requirements that may apply in the area.
  2. Logan City Council designated its transport noise corridors by Gazette Notice on 27 July 2012.
  3. Redland City Council designated its transport noise corridors by Gazette Notice on 28 June 2019.
  4. The Department of Transport and Main Roads designated new transport noise corridors by gazette notice on 29 January 2020.