Shifting gears on the transport mix

Shifting gears on the transport mix

Jul 23

While new infrastructure is needed, Melbourne's transport planners need to get creative now about how to reduce pressure on the transport network in the short term. From transport modes, to applied technologies, this event will be a visioning discussion on Melbourne's transport system. Only at CEDA.

For registration information please contact Ricky Papara on 03 9652 8414




 Public event
 Zinc at Federation Square, Melbourne, VIC

 Transport/Urban planning
 Lunch (11.00am to 2.00pm)

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As Melbourne changes and grows, we need to assess what transport mix best suits the needs of the travelling public. While building more infrastructure is a long term necessity, we need to get more creative about how we can increase the productive use of existing assets and diversify or expand the modes on offer. There is also a need to consider how smart technologies can be applied to existing assets and what outcomes we want to achieve - whether it's to change user behaviour, modify directional traffic flows or prioritise modes.

Building new infrastructure is expensive and long term, yet pressures on current networks grow every day. Even incremental improvements and a re-visioning of how we look at our current network will help increase our utilisation. Join CEDA for this important discussion on the future of transport in Melbourne and beyond.


Geoff Lawler
Director City Planning and Infrastructure, City of Melbourne

Brian Negus
General Manager Public Policy, RACV

George Pund
Transport Planning Executive, Parsons Brinckerhoff

Edward Thomas
Chief Executive Officer, Transdev Melbourne





Registration fees (incl GST)


CEDA members and guests

$170.00 per person
$1292.00 table x 8
$1615.00 table x 10

Non members

$300 per person

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