This speed networking session will allow delegates to introduce themselves and swap business cards with those they are seated with and other conference attendees.
Address by the Department of Transport and Main Roads
Neil Scales, Director-General, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Cross River Rail – Keeping Southeast Queensland Moving
Graeme Newton, Chief Executive Officer, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority
How are EV drivers using Australian Networks
Marty Andrews, CEO and Co- Founder, Chargefox
Cairns Shipping Development Project
Alan Vico, General Manager - Projects & Planning, Ports North
Brisbane’s New Runway Project – Latest Updates
Paul Coughlan, Project Director – New Parallel Runway Project, Brisbane Airport Corporation
Inland Rail – Project Updates
*Brad Jackson, Director – Program Delivery – Inland Rail, ARTC
Haughton River Floodplain Upgrade Project
The $514.3 million project is being delivered by The Infrastructure Group (TIG), a joint venture between Bielby, BMD Constructions, JF Hull and Albem Pty Ltd with ARUP Group and HDR Inc on behalf of the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Planning for Future Mobility in an uncertain world
Kate will outline a vision-led strategic planning approach for future mobility. She will illustrate how traditional predict and provide approaches, based on looking in the rearview mirror, are no longer adequate in the face of opportunities, threats, and uncertainties ahead. She will describe how to apply a decide and provide approach, based around pursing a preferred future while negotiating and making sense of uncertainty using scenario planning. And she will demonstrate how this can ultimately lead to more resilient decision making.
Kate Mackay, Technical Director - Transport Planning, Mott MacDonald
Future of Mobility: Infrastructure to deliver tomorrow’s transport networks for Queensland
Master Planning for the Priority Port of Gladstone
Craig Walker, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Gladstone Ports Corporation
Time Travel Report - Megatrends and Scenarios for Queensland Transport out to 2048.
Dr. Claire Naughtin, Senior Research Consultant, CSIRO Data61
COCKTAIL NETWORKING FUNCTION
CQ Inland Port – Central Queensland’s Game Changing Project
Partially-funded by the local, state and federal governments, CQ Inland Port is a purpose-built and shovel-ready intermodal facility at Yamala, 25km east of Emerald.
At present, many commodities from Central Queensland are road freighted to other regional locations, where they are packed or processed and then road freighted to the ports.
The CQ Inland Port will allow for freight to be aggregated and packed in Central Queensland and rail freighted directly to the major ports of Brisbane, Gladstone and Mackay.
Alan Stent-Smith, Managing Director, CQ Inland Port
CHAD Pilot Project
The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads is conducting a Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving (CHAD) Safety Study. It will deliver a cooperative and (highly) automated vehicle (CAV) prototype, research platform and local expertise base, to conduct a comprehensive safety study to inform government policy and direction.
Sebastien Glaser, Research Professor, Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety – Queensland, Queensland University of Technology
Brisbane Metro – Latest Updates
Stephen Hammer, Project Director – Brisbane Metro, Brisbane City Council
Adani’s Carmichael Rail project
Beerburrum to Nambour (B2N) Rail Upgrade Project
*Mark Longhurst, Project Manager - Beerburrum to Nambour Rail Upgrade, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Overview of the Investments and Projects for the South Coast Region
Paul Noonan, Regional Director – South Coast, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Mackay Ring Road Project Updates
Cycling Infrastructure for Queensland
The Queensland Government’s Active Transport Investment Program (ATIP) delivers infrastructure that supports a safe, direct and connected cycling network.
Overview of Key Major Projects for Cycling
Expotrade Australia Pty Ltd
Suite 1, Level 1, 2 Brandon Park Drive
Wheelers Hill VIC 3150 Australia