Transport Series Part 3:Reform and Transport Planning in NSW

Transport Series Part 3:Reform and Transport Planning in NSW

NSW
Aug 17

For registration details contact Melissa Burgo on 02 9779 9752.

Speakers

Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Transport
 

 Public event
 17/08/2011
 Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland Street, Sydney, NSW

 Transport/Urban planning
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

The development of a future map of urban transport infrastructure in NSW is critically important for the growth and security of the State's economy.

The NSW Government, through its establishment of the Integrated Transport Authority, has set a goal of co-ordinating transport services, infrastructure, assets, policy, planning, engagement with the community and the development and maintenance of transport networks. The integrated approach across all modes of transport, including roads and ports will play a key role in securing NSW's economic productivity, environmental sustainability and quality of life for NSW private and corporate citizens.

In the third session for the 2011 series, CEDA is delighted to welcome to the platform The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Minister for Transport to outline the State Government's vision for reform and transport planning in NSW.

MEET THE SPEAKER

The Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP
Minister for Transport 


Gladys was elected to Parliament March 22, 2003 as the Member for Willoughby.

From April 2003 - February 2005 she served on the NSW Parliament's Public Accounts Committee and the Committee on the Valuer General.

In February 2005, she was appointed to the Shadow Cabinet as Shadow Minister for Mental Health.
 
Following the State Election in March 2007, Gladys was appointed Shadow Minister for Transport.

Following the State Election in March 2011, Gladys was appointed Minister for Transport.

Gladys is a Master of Commerce graduate from UNSW and prior to entering Parliament worked as a National General Manager for the Commonwealth Bank. Gladys has also completed studies in Government and Public Administration (B.A., Uni. Syd).

She joined the Liberal Party in 1991 and served as the NSW Young Liberal President in 1996.

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Registration Fees (Including GST)

 

CEDA Members and Guests

$160.00 per person
$1518.00 corporate table

Non-members

$270.00 per person

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