2014 Transport & Infrastructure Review

2014 Transport & Infrastructure Review

SA
Jul 4
Please contact the Adelaide office on 08 8211 7222 if you would like to register

CEDA is delighted to welcome Transport and Infrastructure Minister the Hon Stephen Mullighan MP to deliver the keynote address at CEDA's 2014 Transport and Infrastructure Reivew.

Speakers

The Hon. Stephen Mullighan MP, SA Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
David Larocca, Oceania Infrastructure Advisory Leader, EY
Andrea Slattery, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, SMSF Professionals' Association of Australia
Scot Coleman, Transport Executive, PB

Event overview

Join CEDA and newly appointment SA Minister for Transport and Infrastructure the Hon. Stephen Mullighan with key leaders for a conversation about transport and infrastructure.

This CEDA event comes at a critical time for South Australia, as discussion continues around an impending 'infrastructure cliff' and following the recent Federal Budget's funding of South Road.  The event will also build from CEDA's 2013 policy perspective, Australia Adjusting on productivity, innovation and the future of work.

Our economy is reliant on being able to efficiently link businesses, people, goods and services together via infrastructure.  For example the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) estimated without reform, urban road congestion could cost the national economy $20 billion by 2020. 

While governments are well aware of the need to build a strong and efficient transport infrastructure foundation, all levels of government are facing enormous challenges in devoting sufficient capital resources to both fund new projects and to maintain current infrastructure.

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Stephen Mullighan MP
SA Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

David Larocca
Oceania Infrastructure Advisory Leader, EY

Andrea Slattery
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, SMSF Professionals' Association of Australia

Scot Coleman
Transport Executive, PB

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