Transport vision: urban growth and the future network

Transport vision: urban growth and the future network

VIC
Jul 22
Join transport sector leaders to discuss the evolution of the network. As the population and public transport demand continues to grow, what are the opportunities to develop a more efficient and sustainable network?

Speakers

Clément Michel, Chief Executive Officer, Yarra Trams
Mark Wild, Chief Executive Officer, Public Transport Victoria

Event overview

Public Transport Victoria’s Network Development Plan in 2013 forecasted that annual patronage on train, tram and bus services will reach one billion trips by the year 2031 – illustrating the monumental capacity improvements and investment required in the network. Now, more than 24 months since the release of the Plan, join our speakers for insights into:

  • The continual evolution of the network
  • Demand growth and long-term planning
  • Infrastructure and asset renewal
  • Technology and innovation; and
  • Implementation of policy and major projects

Meet the speakers

Clément Michel
Chief Executive Officer, Yarra Trams

Mark Wild
Chief Executive Officer, Public Transport Victoria

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