Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

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The Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is a large South Australian government department which provides a range of services across the three key words of its title.


As at 26 May 2011 four ministers have responsibility for aspects of the department's operations:[1]

Chief Executive Officer[edit]

The Chief Executive Officer is Rod Hook, who was appointed to the position on 17 May 2011.[6]


The department comprises several "business areas with diverse responsibilities".[7]

These are:

  • Transport Services
  • Policy and Planning
  • Safety and Regulation
  • Public Transport
  • Corporate Services
  • Energy
  • Office of Major Projects and Infrastructure
  • Road Safety Directorate
  • Government Relations and Reform Office
  • Office of the Chief Information Officer
  • Government ICT Services
  • Building Management
  • Lands and Service SA[8]


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