Transurban FY18 Sustainability Report

FY18 Sustainability Report Transurban 04

FY18 progress and performance towards the SDGs

SDG 3 Good health and wellbeing • Transurban Road Safety Centre partnership with NeuRA • 4.82 injury crashes per 100 million kilometres travelled • 5.03 contractor injuries per million hours • 19,018 proactive health, safety and environment observations by employees • 95 employees trained as Mental Health First Aid Officers SDG 5 Gender equality • 44 per cent female employees across the business • 45 per cent females in senior executive positions • 48 female students participated in our FEET mentoring program • WGEA Employer of Choice for gender equality

SDG 7 Clean and affordable energy • 568,370 GJ energy consumption • 140 kW of renewable energy capacity on Transurban buildings SDG 8 Decent work and economic growth • over $1.6 billion in supply chain spend • no significant pay gap between male and female employees • 6,000 jobs created through major projects • over $800 million of contracts with DBE/SWaM businesses in the USA • $123,000 committed to Aboriginal partnerships

SDG 9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure • two new Infrastructure

Sustainability ratings certified Excellent

• registered for our first

Infrastructure Sustainability Operations rating • four automated vehicle trials underway or completed • one innovation grant completed and two approaching completion • 100 volunteers participated in a tunnel evacuation exercise at Eastern Distributor SDG 11 Sustainable cities and communities • 328,000 hours average workday travel time savings • $1.3 million in community investment • 6,026 hours of employee volunteering • demand notice aggregation initiative will save our customers $36.5 million per year in fees • launched ‘Banksia Ignite’ carpooling innovation challenge

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