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This article is about the Australian toll road operator. For the German maglev train, see Krauss-Maffei Transurban.
Transurban Limited
Type Public
Traded as ASXTCL
Industry Infrastructure and development
Founded 1996, Melbourne, Australia
Headquarters 505 Little Collins Street
Melbourne, Australia
Key people Scott Charlton - CEO
Products CityLink, Westlink M7, Hills M2 motorway
Employees 700 [1]

Transurban manages and develops urban toll road networks in Australia and North America. It is a Top 50 company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and has been in business since 1996.

In Australia, Transurban has a stake in five of Sydney's nine motorways, and, in Melbourne, it is the full owner of CityLink, which connects three of the city's major freeways.

In the USA, Transurban has ownership interests in the 495 Express Lanes on a section of the Capital Beltway around Washington, DC. It also has in interest in the connecting 95 Express Lanes project on Interstate 95.

In March 2014, Transurban announced it had reached agreement to acquire the Cross City Tunnel in Sydney, and in April 2014 the company was part of one of the four consortia bidding for Queensland Motorways Limited.

Transurban was included on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World List from 2006-2010 and on the DJSI Asia Pacific List from 2011-2013.

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