Transport Series: Passenger and freight response

Transport Series: Passenger and freight response

NSW
May 9
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Speakers

The Hon. Duncan Gay MLC, NSW Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight
Stephen Cleary, Chief Executive Officer, NSW Ports
Kerrie Mather, Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Airport Corporation
John Mullen, Chief Executive Officer, Asciano

Event overview

The pressure on Sydney's transport systems is immense, supporting the daily movement of over 900,000 commuters, as well as the movement of nearly 400 million tonnes of freight annually.

In addition, with an average 38 million people per year entering Sydney through Kingsford Smith Airport, the need for a streamlined and supportable transport plan has never been more apparent.

CEDA is pleased to invite you to hear the Hon. Duncan Gay MLC, NSW Minister for Roads and Ports, address the government's policy response to meeting the needs of a growing State.

Following the Minister's address, an industry panel will examine the "accelerating population growth and the freight and passenger response in NSW".

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Duncan Gay MLC
NSW Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight

Meet the speakers

Stephen Cleary
Chief Executive Officer, NSW Ports

Kerrie Mather
Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Airport Corporation

John Mullen
Chief Executive Officer, Asciano

David Stewart
Director General, Transport for NSW

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