2022 Corporate Report

Corporate Report for the year ended 30 June 2022

Introduction and overview

Business performance

Governance and risk

Directors’ report

Remuneration report

Financial statements

Sustainability supplement

Security holder information

Reporting what matters

Materiality review We have used both stakeholder feedback and reporting guidelines to determine the non-financial topics included in this report. Our business strategy—by understanding what matters to our stakeholders, we create road transport solutions that make us a partner of choice—is central to our reporting. Our stakeholder engagement activities, key issues identified and our responses to stakeholder issues are available on pages 12 to 13. Sustainability frameworks used include: GRI and SASB standards on pages 226 to 238; TCFD recommendations ; and UN SDGs .

Detailed risk management summaries are included on pages 85 to 88. Figure 1 summarises FY22’s highest- priority topics identified from the above materiality reviews, including how these topics address issues raised by various stakeholders and frameworks. The issues we have determined as the most material are generally covered within the relevant stakeholder section in this report. Topics deemed less significant are reported in the GRI Index (page 226).

For more than a decade, we have evaluated and prioritised topics that we believe are material to our business for inclusion in our reporting suite. A material issue is one that is significant for Transurban in terms of impact (actual or potential economic, environmental, and social impact) or influence (level of interest and potential to influence stakeholder decisions).

Figure 1: Material issues and alignment with stakeholders and reporting frameworks

Frameworks Corporate sustainability

Global sustainability

Investor frameworks

Stakeholder groups 1

GRI standards


SASB sector

TCFD relevance

Material issues in FY22 Road safety Our roads, research, and community safety initiatives

Customers; Community

3 9


Customers Customer satisfaction, hardship support, data privacy and cybersecurity Local communities Community engagement, social investment and creating community spaces Environment Climate change, energy and carbon, air quality, materials and biodiversity Health and safety Our employees, contractors and workplaces Wellbeing and diversity Supporting diversity, inclusiveness and fair work practices Supply chain Procurement practices, shared value and human rights including Modern Slavery Our business Financial performance, road effectiveness,







Community; Investors

7 12 13

301, 302, 305

Our people; Business partners and suppliers 403


5 8

Our people

401, 405

Government and industry; Business partners and suppliers 204, 412


economic impact, job creation and response to COVID-19 pandemic

Investors; Government and industry

8 9

201, 203

Governance Strategy and risk management, legal and regulatory compliance and ethical business practices

Investors; Our people


205, 206

1 ‘Stakeholder groups’ refer to the main stakeholders where this issue is most relevant, but in many cases these issues overlap several or all stakeholder groups’ interests


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