Cities and infrastructure: Kevin Devlin, LXRA

Cities and infrastructure: Kevin Devlin, LXRA

VIC
Nov 4

The Level Crossing Removal Program is one of the biggest urban design and transport infrastructure programs in Melbourne’s history, with consultation now underway for the next eight projects on the Frankston Line.

Speakers

Kevin Devlin, Chief Executive Officer, Level Crossing Removal Authority

Event overview

CEDA welcomes the Chief Executive of the Level Crossing Removal Authority, Kevin Devlin, for new insights into the opportunities and next stages of this city-shaping program, and how it can optimise economic and social benefits for the state and local communities.
We discuss:

  • Integrated land-use planning opportunities;
  • Design options and the procurement strategy for future projects in planning;
  • Community engagement and participation in urban design; and
  • The impact of new investment on the efficiency of Melbourne’s transport network.

Meet the keynote speaker

Kevin Devlin
Chief Executive Officer, Level Crossing Removal Authority

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