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7th Annual
VICTORIAN TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
CONFERENCE 2015

23 - 24 June 2015 | Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

The 7th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference will be held on the 23rd and 24th of June 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Attracting over 200 delegates, this conference is a must attend for industry professionals seeking the most up-to-date information on the State’s transport projects, policy issues, research findings and best practices.

Victoria’s rapidly growing population is fuelling the need for further investments into transport infrastructure and services. Delivering major transport infrastructure projects is therefore critical to not only meet the rising demand but also to drive productivity safeguarding the economic future and liveability of the State.

With the recently announced State Budget revealing the biggest investment in Public Transport in Victoria’s transport history with $20 billion towards major transport infrastructure projects, the 7th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference is the best place to acquire the latest information and updates on current as well as proposed projects in the pipeline.  

Big ticket transport projects such as the Melbourne Metro Rail, Level Crossing Removal Program, West Gate Distributor, Cranbourne Pakenham Rail Corridor and Inland Rail Programme will be discussed at the 2 day conference. The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference will feature a diverse field of high profile speakers from both the public and private sectors.

The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference will feature major transport projects such as the Melbourne Metro Rail, Level Crossing Removal program, Inland Rail to name a few. With presentations from key industry specialists from within the government and private sectors, this conference will cover the latest updates on current as well as proposed projects in the pipeline. The sectors covered in the conference agenda include: Public Transport, Roads, Rail, Regional Transport, Ports, Freight & Logistics.

The 2-day conference provides highly valuable networking opportunities where transport professionals, operators, contractors, consultants and investors can learn about what projects are in the pipeline and capitalize on the business opportunities being created.


7th Annual
VICTORIAN TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
CONFERENCE 2015

23 - 24 June 2015 | Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


The 7th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference will be held on the 23rd and 24th of June 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Attracting over 200 delegates, this conference is a must attend for industry professionals seeking the most up-to-date information on the State’s transport projects, policy issues, research findings and best practices.

Victoria’s rapidly growing population is fuelling the need for further investments into transport infrastructure and services. Delivering major transport infrastructure projects is therefore critical to not only meet the rising demand but also to drive productivity safeguarding the economic future and liveability of the State. The Victorian Government’s Project 10,000 has committed to delivering a world class public transport system and improving road safety by removing 50 of the most congested level crossings. With the Project 10,000 expected to boost Victoria’s infrastructure pipeline creating  over 10000 construction jobs, the Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference is the place to be to acquire the latest information on these projects and capitalise on the business opportunities being created. Over the 2 days at the Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference, a diverse field of high profile speakers will come together to discuss the prioritisation, planning and delivery of critical transport infrastructure projects.

The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference will feature major transport projects such as the West Gate Distributor project, Level Crossing Removal program,  the Pakenham Cranbourne Rail Corridor project to name a few. With presentations from key industry specialists from within the government and private sectors, this conference will cover the latest updates on current as well as proposed projects in the pipeline. The sectors covered in the conference agenda include: Public Transport, Roads, Rail, Regional Transport, Ports, Freight & Logistics.

The 2-day conference provides highly valuable networking opportunities where transport professionals, operators, contractors, consultants and investors can learn about what projects are in the pipeline and capitalize on the business opportunities being created.

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Key Speakers




Topics Overview

  • Westgate Distributor Project
  • Removal of Key Level Crossings Program
  • Pakenham Cranbourne Rail Corridor Project
  • Melbourne Metro Rail Project
  • Murray Rail Basin Project
  • Western Highway Upgrade – Ballarat to Stawell Project
  • Overview of Victorian Road Projects
  • Building a New Melbourne Airport
  • Wodonga Rail Freight Hub Project
  • Outlook for Investment in Public Transport in Victoria

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

  • DISCOVER what will be the next major projects in transport infrastructure for Victoria
  • GAIN First-hand insights on the State’s focus towards delivering better transport infrastructure
  • DISCUSS the challenges facing the VIC Government and how it plans to meet transport infrastructure requirements with an ever-expanding population
  • HEAR how the industry is financing projects in rail, roads, ports, airports
  • INTERACT with senior executives from government and business

Who should attend

  • Federal, State & Local Government department & agencies
  • Construction Contractors
  • Project Developers & Planners
  • Suppliers
  • Urban & Rural Developers
  • Road, Rail & Ports
  • Consultants (Environmental / Engineering / Project Management)
  • Banking, Finance & Law
  • Economists

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