Transport infrastructure

Transport infrastructure

VIC
Jun 13
CEDA welcomes Victoria’s Minister for Transport Infrastructure, the Hon. Jacinta Allan to discuss the opportunities and outlook for the state’s project pipeline.

Speakers

The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP, Victorian Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Event overview

What are the opportunities to help shape Victoria’s $57 billion transport infrastructure pipeline?

Join the Minister and leaders from the infrastructure sector to find out the latest on new and emerging projects, including the Suburban Rail Loop, Western Rail Plan, Airport Rail Link, West Gate Tunnel, Metro Tunnel and the Level Crossing Removal Project.

Event presentations

The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP, Victorian Minister for Transport Infrastructure MP3

Moderated dicsussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP
Victorian Minister for Transport and Infrastructure

Jacinta Allan was elected as the Member for Bendigo East in September 1999 at the age of 25, making her the youngest woman to ever be elected to the Victorian Parliament. From 2006 to 2010 Jacinta served as the Minister for Regional and Rural Development and was responsible for continuing the Brumby Labor Government's successful economic development strategies for regional Victoria. She also served as Minister for Industry and Trade and Minister for Skills, Education Services and Employment.
 

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