Transport Mobility - The Great Debate

Transport Mobility - The Great Debate

WA
Apr 30

Effective public and private transport is essential to a liveable city. If Perth is to manage its current growth, it needs to resolve its transport growing pains. This has prompted CEDA to call for serious consideration of a mobility strategy.

 

Speakers

Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA
James McIntosh, Author & PDH Candidate, Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute
Patrick Walker, Executive General Manager of Advocacy and Member Benefits, RAC of WA

 

 Public event
 30/04/2012
 Grand Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Perth, 99 Adelaide Tce, Perth, WA

 Transport/Urban planning
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

In 2011, CEDA held a forum entitled the Future of Mobility, addressing concerns over Perth's congestion. Since that time, the commencement of numerous large-scale developments, alongside Perth's ever-increasing population projections, provides the impetus for serious consideration of a mobility strategy.

The Bureau of Transport and Regional Economic (BTRE) has estimated that Perth will experience avoidable congestion costs of $2.1 billion by 2020, a 200 per cent increase driven by migration inflows and economic growth.

Through technology and learnings from international experiences, Perth can plan for the future. If Perth is to manage its economic and demographic growth, effective public and private transport systems are essential to maintain a liveable city.

Join our expert panel as they outline the possible economic and financial models and mechanisms available to deliver the new infrastructure projects needed to meet the current and future transport demands of Perth.

Each attendee will receive the policy perspective paper, Stifling Success - Congestion Charges and Infrastructure by Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA

James McIntosh, Integrated Land Use and Transport Researcher, Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute

Patrick Walker, Executive General Manager of Advocacy and Member Benefits, RAC of WA

SUPPORTED BY CEDA MEMBER

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Registration fees (including GST)
CEDA members and guests
(Corporate tables include 20% discount)
$165.00 per person
$1056.00 table x 8
$1320.00 table x 10
Non members
(Corporate tables include 20% discount)
$265.00 per person
$1696.00 table x 8
$2120.00 table x 10

 
 

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