Transport Canberra and City Services Directorate

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The Transport Canberra and City Services Directorate (TCCS) is a directorate of the government of the Australian Capital Territory. It delivers a wide range of services that Canberrans rely on every day: for example, recycling and collecting waste, public libraries and ensuring municipal infrastructure such as streetlights and public barbecues are in good working order.

TCCS is responsible for managing roads, footpaths and cycle paths and operating the public transport systems (ACTION) and Light Rail (currently under construction) in the ACT.

The directorate also oversees the management of a number of the ACT Government’s commercial operations, including ACT NOWaste, Capital Linen Service, ACT Public Cemeteries Authority (which includes Woden, Gungahlin and Hall cemeteries), and Yarralumla Nursery.

The directorate is responsible to the Minister for Transport Canberra and City Services, Meegan Fitzharris MLA and the Minister for Roads and Parking, Mick Gentleman MLA.[1]

As at 01 July 2016, the Director-General of TCCS is Emma Thomas.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Organisation Chart" (PDF). Transport Canberra and City Services. Retrieved 7 August 2016.