Sydney's rail future

Sydney's rail future

NSW
Jul 29

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Speakers

The Hon. Andrew Constance, NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Event overview

In Sydney more than 630,000 rail trips are made to the CBD each weekday and this is expected to grow to 775,000 trips over the next 20 years.

CEDA welcomes the Hon. Andrew Constance MP, NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure to provide an update on transport in NSW as well as address key initiatives to boost capacity and efficiency of the New South Wales rail network. 

This session will provide updates on Sydney's rail network and the changing infrastructure landscape of Sydney and Greater Western Sydney.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Andrew Constance
NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Andrew Constance was sworn in as Minister for Transport and Infrastructure in April 2015 following the re-election of the Baird Government. He previously served as Treasurer and Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for Finance and Services and Minister for Ageing and Disability Services. Andrew oversees some of the biggest infrastructure projects in the country, including the $8.3 billion North West Rail Link and Sydney Rapid Transit, which will see the construction of a second harbour rail crossing delivering more trains and faster services for the entire city. Andrew lives on the Far South Coast and has been the Member for Bega since 2003.

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