WA Transport Update

WA Transport Update

Aug 6
CEDA welcomes State Minister for Transport, the Hon. Dean Nalder MLA, to deliver a wide-ranging update on Western Australia's transport network. How will the State Government balance a declining budget whilst still meeting increasing demands for transport infrastructure?


The Hon. Dean Nalder MLA, WA Minister for Transport

Event overview

In a broad keynote address, the Minister will discuss the following topics and more:

  • Meeting growing freight demands;
  • Perth Airport redevelopment;
  • Privatisation of port infrastructure;
  • MAX Light Rail project;
  • Improving facilities for cyclists;
  • Strategies to address Perth’s increasing road congestion; and
  • Integrated transport and development planning.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Dean Nalder MLA
WA Minister for Transport

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