With an already highly regarded transport system, Victoria is in a phase of moving to more sustainable transport systems, improving the efficiency of current infrastructure ...
With an already highly regarded transport system, Victoria is in a phase of moving to more sustainable transport systems, improving the efficiency of current infrastructure, while also developing an interconnected city of ports, business, and transport.
The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Summit will include discussion on which projects will ensure the competiveness of its leading freight industry, while also discussing the possibilities of effectively funding the correct projects.
Key sessions include:
The redevelopment of the Port of Melbourne
How can we improve the freight and logistics capital of Australia?
A staged approach to creating a better rail network
Creating a metro-style network with Melbourne Metro
Will the government commit to the Melbourne Airport Rail Link?
Upgrading and expanding Melbourne Airports terminal
Road Infrastructure Report Card for 2013
The East West freeway connection
The potential for private investment into public infrastructure
Providing a solution for the renewable energy conundrum
Price: 1 Day Conference (10 or 11 September 2013): $605.00 AUD, 2 Day Conference (10-11 September 2013): $984.50 AUD