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CONFERENCE PROGRAM

MONDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2019
9.00AM OPENING SESSION: FREIGHT PLENARY
  Chris Steel, ACT Minister for Transport
  Nicole Lockwood, Independent Chair of the Westport Taskforce
  Rod Sims, Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
10.30AM MORNING TEA
11.00AM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
FREIGHT DATA HUB WORKSHOP PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRANSPORT SURVEYS  
12.30PM LUNCH
1.30PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS PUBLIC TRANSPORT EVs AND AVs TRAFFIC MODELLING
3.00PM AFTERNOON TEA
3.30PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
FUTURE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT WORKSHOP TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR AND TDM TRANSPORT POLICY AND PLANNING  
5.15PM WELCOME DRINKS
TUESDAY 1 OCTOBER 2019
9.00AM OPENING SESSION: PROJECT EVALUATION PLENARY
  Peter Colacino, Executive Director, Infrastructure Australia
  Nicholas Gruen, CEO of Lateral Economics
10.30AM MORNING TEA
11.00AM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS TRANSPORT POLICY AND PLANNING TRAFFIC MODELLING  
12.30PM LUNCH
1.30PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS TRANSPORT PLANNING AND POLICY TRAVEL BEHAVIOUR AND TDM BIG DATA
3.00PM AFTERNOON TEA
3.30PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
DEBATE THE VALUE OF COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS TRANSPORT MODELLING FUTURE TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGIES  
6.30PM CONFERENCE DINNER: NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
Speaker: Jesse Suskin, Government Relations and Public Policy for Wing Australia at Google
WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2019
9.00AM

CAVs PLENARY

Michel Masson, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Victoria

Peter Sweatman, Co-founding Principal, CAVita

10.30AM MORNING TEA
11.00AM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
ELECTRIC VEHICLES WORKSHOP ACTIVE TRANSPORT TRANSPORT ECONOMICS  
12.30PM LUNCH
ATRF AGM
1.30PM

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

 
DEBATE HIGHER SPEED RAIL ACTIVE TRANSPORT PLANNING AND POLICY FUTURE TRANSPORT
3.00PM CONFERENCE CLOSE
3.30PM

CONFERENCE TOURS
Canberra Light Rail
Canberra Airport

   
THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 2019
9.00AM

COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS WORKSHOP

Hosts: Dr Mark Harvey, BITRE and Dr Leo Dobes, ANU

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