Transurban Holdings Limited
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July 1, 2020
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Transurban Holdings Limited

Revenue:
AUD 4,166 million (2019)
Profit:
AUD 170 million (2019)
Employees:
1,386 (2019)
GICS Industry Group:
Headquarters:
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Founded:
1996
Current CEO:
Scott Charlton (16 Jul 2012–)
Parent:
This is the ultimate parent

Description

Transurban Holdings Limited (THL or Transurban) is a company incorporated in Australia and limited by shares that are publicly traded on the Australian Securities Exchange. Transurban is engaged in the building and operation of toll roads in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia, as well as in the Greater Washington Area and Montreal in North America. Transurban was established in 1996 in Melbourne, Australia with the development of CityLink, one of the city’s major transport projects. For the financial year ending 30 June 2019, Transurban had 17 toll roads across its geographic operating regions.

The controlled entities of THL include the other members of the stapled group, which include Transurban International Limited and its controlled entities (TIL) and Transurban Infrastructure Management Limited (TIML) as the responsible entity of Transurban Holding Trust and its controlled entities (THT). The equity securities of THL, THT and TIL are stapled, which means they cannot be traded separately.

Transurban is headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and has operations in the United States of America and Canada. For the financial year end 30 June 2019, the company employed 1,386 people, according to the WGEA.

Transurban Holdings Limited is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under the code TCL.

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Operating Segments:

Toll revenue - Transurban derives toll revenue when customers use the company's infrastructure assets. For instance, each use of a toll road by users is considered a performance obligation, and the related revenue is recognised at the point in time that the individual service is provided. For the financial year end 30 June 2019, toll revenue accounted for 63.44% (AUD 2,643 million) of total revenue.

Construction revenue - Construction revenue is recognised for the construction of service concession infrastructure assets, which is measured by reference to costs incurred to date as a percentage of total forecast costs for each project. For the financial year end 30 June 2019, construction revenue accounted for 34.45% (AUD 1,435 million) of total revenue.

Other revenue - Other revenue includes management fee revenue, roaming fees and advertising revenue. Other revenue is recognised at the point in time the service is provided. For the financial year end 30 June 2019, other revenue accounted for 2.11% (AUD 88 million) of total revenue.

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