Transport Series: Increasing network efficiencies

Transport Series: Increasing network efficiencies

Aug 14
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Howard Collins OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Trains, Transport for NSW
Peter Duncan, Chief Executive Officer, Roads and Maritime Services
Rob Fitzpatrick, Director - Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics, NICTA

Event overview

New South Wales existing infrastructure is ageing while demand grows for better roads, improved rail networks, ports and airports.

With the Federal Government investing up to $40 billion into road and major infrastructure construction over the next four years, the importance of upgrading existing transport infrastructure corridors to Australia's economic prosperity is obvious.

CEDA is pleased to bring together government leaders and analysis to tackle the questions:

  • How do we improve operations, understand anticipated demands of travel and ensure cost-effectiveness?
  • What is the role of intelligent transport systems?
  • What further policy settings and investments can ensure NSW's road and rail networks are world-class?

Meet the speakers

Howard Collins OBE
Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Trains, Transport for NSW

Peter Duncan
Chief Executive Officer, Roads and Maritime Services

Rob Fitzpatrick
Director - Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics, NICTA

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