Shape the Future House Rules

The Shape the Future engagement tool is intended for you, so that you can join the conversation, connect with your peers and have fun sharing your thoughts and ideas on the future of transport.

We want everyone to feel comfortable in our online community so we ask that you consider the following things before you participate in any discussions.

  1. Keep your posts nice. Don't be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, harassing, overtly sexual, discriminatory or hateful to another person or organisation – including all agencies and our employees.
  1. Be polite - even if you disagree. Contributing to the discussion is great, but offensive remarks and foul language will not be tolerated.
  2. Multiple or repetitive posts on the same discussion topic (even if the post content differs), by the same user, will be viewed as spam and deleted.
  3. Keep posts relevant to the thread or discussion topic.
  4. Take a common sense approach in any discussions you wish to take part in.
  5. Represent your own views and be clear you’re not commenting on behalf of your agency.



The Shape the Future engagement tool is intended for you, so that you can join the conversation, connect with your peers and have fun sharing your thoughts and ideas on the future of transport.

We want everyone to feel comfortable in our online community so we ask that you consider the following things before you participate in any discussions.

  1. Keep your posts nice. Don't be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, harassing, overtly sexual, discriminatory or hateful to another person or organisation – including all agencies and our employees.
  1. Be polite - even if you disagree. Contributing to the discussion is great, but offensive remarks and foul language will not be tolerated.
  2. Multiple or repetitive posts on the same discussion topic (even if the post content differs), by the same user, will be viewed as spam and deleted.
  3. Keep posts relevant to the thread or discussion topic.
  4. Take a common sense approach in any discussions you wish to take part in.
  5. Represent your own views and be clear you’re not commenting on behalf of your agency.