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Minister for Transport (Western Australia)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minister for Transport is a position in the government of Western Australia, currently held by Rita Saffioti of the Labor Party. The position was first created in 1945, in the ministry formed by Frank Wise, and has existed in almost every government since then. The minister is responsible for the Department for Transport.

Prior to 1974, there was a separate position called the Commissioner of Railways (1883–1902) or the Minister for Railways (1902–1974), with the holder of the position having responsibility solely for Western Australia's railways (including the Western Australian Government Railways).

From 1947 to 1959, there was also a Minister for Supply and Shipping, who had responsibility for imports into Western Australia.

List of transport ministers

Titles
  • 3 August 1945 – present: Minister for Transport

Term start Term end Minister Party
3 August 1945 1 April 1947 William Marshall   Labor
1 April 1947 6 April 1950 Harrie Seward   Country
6 April 1950 23 February 1953 Charles Simpson   Country
23 February 1953 14 April 1956 Herbert Styants   Labor
14 April 1956 2 April 1959 Herb Graham   Labor
2 April 1959 7 November 1961 Charles Perkins   Country
16 November 1961 11 April 1962 George Cornell   Country
12 April 1962 16 March 1965 James Craig   Country
16 March 1965 17 August 1965 Charles Court   Liberal
17 August 1965 3 March 1971 Ray O'Connor   Liberal
3 March 1971 8 April 1974 Jerry Dolan   Labor
8 April 1974 10 March 1977 Ray O'Connor (again)   Liberal
10 March 1977 25 August 1978 David Wordsworth   Liberal
25 August 1978 25 February 1983 Cyril Rushton   Liberal
25 February 1983 12 May 1986 Julian Grill   Labor
12 May 1986 25 February 1988 Gavan Troy   Labor
25 February 1988 12 February 1990 Bob Pearce   Labor
19 February 1990 16 February 1993 Pam Beggs   Labor
16 February 1993 28 July 1998 Eric Charlton   National
28 July 1998 16 February 2001 Murray Criddle   National
2001–2008: no minister – responsibilities held by the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure
23 September 2008 14 December 2010 Simon O'Brien   Liberal
14 December 2010 17 March 2014 Troy Buswell   Liberal
17 March 2014 20 September 2016 Dean Nalder   Liberal
22 September 2016 17 March 2017 Bill Marmion   Liberal
17 March 2017 Rita Saffioti   Labor

List of railways ministers

Titles
  • 10 July 1883 – 1 July 1902: Commissioner of Railways
  • 1 July 1902 – 8 April 1974: Minister for Railways

Term start Term end Minister Party
10 July 1883 16 July 1884 James Thomas   None
16 July 1884 11 July 1885 Clayton Mason (acting)   None
11 July 1885 18 December 1889 John Arthur Wright   None
29 December 1890 10 March 1896 Harry Venn   Ministerial
1 April 1896 23 August 1900 Frederick Piesse   Ministerial
10 September 1900 27 May 1901 Barrington Wood   Ministerial
27 May 1901 21 November 1901 Joseph Holmes   Ministerial
21 November 1901 23 December 1901 Frank Wilson   Ministerial
23 December 1901 1 July 1902 Walter Kingsmill   Ministerial
1 July 1902 28 April 1904 Hector Rason   Ministerial
10 August 1904 7 June 1905 John Holman   Labor
7 June 1905 25 August 1905 William Johnson   Labor
25 August 1905 17 October 1911 Henry Gregory   Ministerial
17 October 1911 23 November 1914 Philip Collier   Labor
23 November 1914 27 July 1916 John Scaddan   Labor
27 July 1916 28 June 1917 James Mitchell   Liberal
28 June 1917 27 July 1917 John Scaddan (again)   National Labor
27 July 1917 17 April 1919 Charles Hudson   National Labor
17 April 1919 17 May 1919 Hal Colebatch   Nationalist
17 May 1919 22 March 1924 John Scaddan (again)   Country
16 April 1924 23 April 1930 John Willcock   Labor
24 April 1930 24 April 1933 John Scaddan (again)   Country
24 April 1933 19 August 1936 John Willcock (again)   Labor
27 August 1936 29 March 1939 Frederick Smith   Labor
29 March 1939 3 August 1945 Emil Nulsen   Labor
3 August 1945 1 April 1947 William Marshall   Labor
1 April 1947 6 April 1950 Harrie Seward   Country
6 April 1950 23 February 1953 Charles Simpson   Country
23 February 1953 14 April 1956 Herbert Styants   Labor
20 April 1956 2 April 1959 Harry Strickland   Labor
2 April 1959 16 February 1967 Charles Court   Liberal
16 February 1967 3 March 1971 Ray O'Connor   Liberal
3 March 1971 30 September 1971 Ron Bertram   Labor
12 October 1971 8 April 1974 Jerry Dolan   Labor

List of supply and shipping ministers

Titles
  • 5 January 1948 – 2 April 1959: Minister for Supply and Shipping

Term start Term end Minister Party
5 January 1948 23 February 1953 Florence Cardell-Oliver   Liberal
23 February 1953 2 April 1959 Harry Strickland   Labor

See also

References

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