State Transport Series                 The 14th AnnualQUEENSLAND TRANSPORTInfrastructure Summit 2011               26th & ...
QUEENSLAND TRANSPORT                                   URBAN TRANSPORT BRIEFING DAYDay One – Tuesday 26th July 2011       ...
INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT                                 FREIGHT TRANSPORT BRIEFING DAY Day Two – Wednesday 27th July 2011   ...
14th annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Summit 2011                                                     26-27 July...
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Now in its 14th year, the Lloyd’s List DCN Queensland Transport Infrastructure Summit has a proven record of attracting those responsible for planning, funding and constructing the state’s booming transport infrastructure. Join industry, transport users and government representatives to exchange open and practical discussions on current projects and future planning developments.

With a focus on delivering the future transport infrastructure to facilitate the State’s rapid development, the 14th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Summit will feature case studies on the latest urban and freight transport projects, provide an update and assessment of government strategies and review the industry partnerships that keep Queensland moving.

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  1. 1. State Transport Series The 14th AnnualQUEENSLAND TRANSPORTInfrastructure Summit 2011 26th & 27th July 2011 Brisbane Marriott Hotel Key contributions from: The Hon Rachel Nolan MP, Minister for Transport, Queensland Lyn O’Connell, Deputy Secretary, National Building Coordinator, Department of Infrastructure and Transport Larissa Waters, Senator-elect, Australian Greens Dr Ed Blakely, Professor, Urban, Regional Planning & Policy, University of Sydney Paul Scurrah, CEO, Queensland Rail Philip Noble, Chief Executive, Queensland Treasury Corporation NEW FORMAT FOR 2011: Tailor your participation! Streamline your attendance with the option of attending one or two dedicated briefing days on Queensland’s transport networks. Day One focuses on the projects meeting Queensland’s urban transport needs and Day Two addresses the increasing freight demands of this export state. Supported by: Media Partners:SECURE ORDER Researched and developed by:REGISTER NOW
  2. 2. QUEENSLAND TRANSPORT URBAN TRANSPORT BRIEFING DAYDay One – Tuesday 26th July 2011 PLANNING AND PRODUCTIVITY 1.40 The Government’s Growth Management Queensland8.30 Registration and welcome tea (GMQ): How are Transit Oriented Developments (TOD) helping solve Queensland’s population demands?9.00 Speed networking ● Delivering future transport, infrastructure and urban planning requirements Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed and informal speed networking session. James Coutts, Assistant Coordinator General, Transit Oriented Bring your business cards! Development and Design, Growth Management Queensland 2.10 How are leading international cities developing urbanKEYNOTE SESSION: transit projects?GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES AND OUTLOOK ● What can we learn from leading practice and innovative strategy? Prof Phil Charles, Director, Centre for Transport Strategy,9.30 Re-building Queensland’s transport network: University of Queensland Connecting Queensland with QTRIP ● Overview of the Queensland Transport and Roads 2.40 Urban transport infrastructure and productivity growth Investment Program (QTRIP): A four-year forward ● Understanding the costs of congestion program of works for public transport, bikeways and roads ● The drivers for road user charges ● Revised investment into capital projects and subsidies ● Assessing the broader implications of congestion pricing ● Incentives to promote public transport usage and the use for roads, public transport, new infrastructure and other of fuel efficient vehicles government taxes The Hon Rachel Nolan MP, Michael Roth, Executive Manager Public Policy, RACQ Minister for Transport, Queensland 3.10 Afternoon tea10.00 Building transport capacity in advance of need: The South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009- 2031 REDEFINING QUEENSLAND’S URBAN TRANSPORT ● The development of transport corridors for future needs LANDSCAPE Senior representative, 3.40 Innovations in the new look Queensland Rail: Department of Infrastructure and Planning Queensland Rail‘s new Sunlanders with Tilt technology ● Increasing speed, passenger luxury and further subsidies10.30 CASE STUDY: Lessons from the rebuilding of ● Public safety and security enhancements New Orleans Paul Scurrah, CEO, Queensland Rail ● The seven-step recovery for Queensland Dr Ed Blakely, Professor, Urban, Regional Planning & Policy, 4.10 Reviewing the State’s Infrastructure Report Card University of Sydney ● Future recommendations ● Infrastructure projects accelerating growth and economic recovery11.00 Morning tea ● Assessing the transport infrastructure needs of urban, rural and remote communitiesPROJECT UPDATES: HOW DOES A TRANSPORT ● The economic implications of the Queensland floodNETWORK TRANSFORM A CITY? crisis: What will this mean for the construction and skills markets, proposed developments and future planning?11.20 New transport networks at Brisbane Airport Mike Brady, Immediate Past President of Queensland Division, ● The new Brisbane Airport road network and an update on the $4.2bn infrastructure program Engineers Australia ● Initiatives towards being carbon neutral by 2020 4.40 The future of sustainable infrastructure: How is Queensland ● Project coordination and the benefits of collaboration performing against AGIC’s sustainability rating scheme? Terry Rossitto, Airport Development Manager – Landside & AGIC is developing the world’s first full sustainability rating scheme covering Ground Transport, Brisbane Airport Corporation governance, social, environmental and economic factors across the planning, design, construction and operational phases of major infrastructure.11.50 Keeping Brisbane moving : The Northern Link Prof David Hood, Chairman, ● Building integrated transport solutions Australian Green Infrastructure Council – AGIC ● Enhancing active transport facilities 5.10 Close of day one Cr Graham Quirk, Deputy Mayor, Chairman for Infrastructure and Cr for MacGregor, Brisbane City Council “I think everybody understands this is a big12.20 The role of transport infrastructure in developing rebuilding task and it has to be our number one connections to communities and commuters: A review priority. We need to see Queensland back on her of the Gold Coast Rapid Transit feet. But we are not going to just walk away from ● Expanding the transport options available to residents and some of the infrastructure projects that were on visitors foot, that are about planning for Queensland’s Ron Clarke MBE, Mayor, Gold Coast City future because while we are rebuilding we will continue to grow.’’12.50 Lunch (Premier Anna Bligh: AFR, 18 Jan 2011)
  3. 3. INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT FREIGHT TRANSPORT BRIEFING DAY Day Two – Wednesday 27th July 2011 CASE STUDY: INVESTING IN EXPORT INFRASTRUCTURE 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair 1.30 Financing common user industrial support infrastructure: Chris Mangan, CEO, Queensland Multimodal Freight Council Project Iron Boomerang (QMFC) ● A collaborative basis to maximise precinct advantage economics ● Feasibility study update KEYNOTE SESSION: Shane Condon, Managing Director, East West Line Parks FREIGHT DEMAND OUTLOOK 9.10 Australia’s transport infrastructure needs: The Federal RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE Government’s role in Nation Building 2.00 Connecting and expanding the Central Queensland ● Current and future challenges and necessary investments Coal Network: QR National’s Northern Missing Link ● What benefits are there for QLD? ● Update on the Goonyella to Abbot Point Expansion Lyn O’Connell, Deputy Secretary, National Building Project (GAPE X50): On schedule and within budget? Coordinator, Department of Infrastructure and Transport Marcus McAuliffe, Chief Executive Coal Operations, QR National 9.40 Considerations for a sustainable transport system 2.30 Afternoon tea Larissa Waters, Senator-elect, Australian Greens 3.00 Heavy haul rail operations: Delivering a Queensland coal strategy 10.10 The future of integrated freight in Queensland ● New train technology: The use of new diesel-powered trains ● Access & regulation David Irwin, Divisional General Manager Coal, Pacific National ● Intermodal ● Infrastructure 3.30 CASE STUDY: Summerdowns Rail Terminal Neil Findlay, Chairman, ● Project update: The story so far Queensland Transport and Logistics Council (QTLC) ● Developing regional economic growth John McMahon, Director, Summerdowns Rail Terminal 10.40 Morning tea 4.00 Close of Summit 11.00 Commodity outlook: The impact of recent climate For program updates, visit: conditions on commodity production, exports and prices ● An assessment of the immediate impact and expected implications on agricultural production, mining sector production and exports Alan Copeland, Senior Commodity Analyst, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics “It’s about planning for growth, putting the right infrastructure in place so we can attract people to Queensland and build our economy and our future.” (Craig Wallace, Minister for Main Roads -23 Nov 2010) FINANCE 11.30 Funding and financing infrastructure DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: ● The strength of the Queensland economy and the appetite Urban Rail 2011 Regional Ports 2011 for transport infrastructure assets 10-11 May 2011, 21-22 July 2011, ● Priority setting models for funding decisions Sydney Harbour Marriott The Chancellor Hotel, Launceston ● Examining sources of funding: Private, public, local, state and federal Urban Congestion 2011 WA Transport Infrastructure ● Aspects of transport infrastructure economics: Role of industry superannuation funds 12-13 May 2011, Parkroyal Summit 2011 Darling Harbour, Sydney 3-4 August 2011, Philip Noble, Chief Executive, Queensland Treasury Corporation Novotel Langley, Perth urbancongestion CASE STUDIES: PORTS AS EXPORT GATEWAYS 12.00 Port of Brisbane SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION ● “Under new management” but business as usual: Impact of Now in its 14th year, the Lloyd’s List DCN Queensland Transport leasing on port operations Infrastructure Summit has a proven record of attracting those responsible ● Upgrade of the Port of Brisbane’s motorway for planning, funding and constructing the state’s booming transport Peter Keyte, General Manager Port Operations, Port of Brisbane infrastructure. For information about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available at this established annual event, contact 12.30 Lunch Sarah Cullen at or (+ 61 3) 8842 2430 Please visit the website for regular updates and changes to the program. Be kept in the loop with this event via LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube and our Blog. Full details at
  4. 4. 14th annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Summit 2011 26-27 July 2011 | Brisbane Marriott Hotel3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER STAY CONNECTED WEB LinkedIn Group Telephone (+61 2) 9080 4307 – Please quote the event code Twitter P11M18 and your unique VIP code with your booking. Blog Email – Please quote the event code P11M18 and your unique VIP code with your booking. YouTube Register online at and select the conference package of your choice REGISTER EARLY & EARLY BIRD RATE STANDARD RATE LATE RATE SAVE UP TO $500 Book & pay on or before 15/04/2011 Book & pay from 16/04/2011-15/07/2011 Book & pay after 16/07/2011 PRICE GST TOTAL SAVE PRICE GST TOTAL SAVE PRICE GST TOTAL Two Day Conference $1995 $199.50 $2195.40 $500 $2295 $229.50 $2524.50 $200 $2495 $249.50 $2744.50 One Day Briefing $1195 $119.50 $1314.50 $200 $1295 $129.50 $1424.50 $100 $1395 $139.50 $1534.50 NEW FORMAT FOR 2011: Conference Venue Brisbane Marriott Hotel Tailor your participation! 515 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 Streamline your attendance Phone: (+61 7) 3303 8000 with the option of attending Use your QR Reader App on one or two dedicated briefing your smartphone and scan days on Queensland’s transport Accommodation & Travel this code to take you directly networks. For your convenience, please access this event via our website and to the website click on the ‘Venue, Accommodation and Travel’ tab or call the Lido Group on 1800 817 339. Travel and accommodation fees are Registration Fees Include not included in the conference fees. We do not refund airfares or hotel Entrance to the relevant conference package purchased plus refreshments, expenses if the event is cancelled. lunch and online access to available presentations (five working days post event). Please note: travel and accommodation is not included. Privacy Policy & Updating Your Details Please visit us online for our full privacy policy at Dress Code Database amendments can be sent to Smart casual wear is suggested along with a sweater or jacket in case or by calling (+61 2) 9080 4307 asking for the conference room is cool. the database department. Cancellation Policy & Substitutions Payment Terms Cancellations must be advised in writing at least 10 working days Payment must be made prior to the event or admittance will not be prior to the event. An administration fee of $550 (inc 10% GST) will be permitted. A tax invoice and confirmation letter will be emailed to the incurred for cancellations. A refund will not be given if a delegate fails to attendee upon completion of a valid registration. Payment may be made attend or cancels within 10 working days prior to the event. by EFT, cheque or credit card. Fully paid delegates unable to attend will be provided with on line access to speaker presentations post event. Substitutions can be made Please reference the VIP Code and the Event Code below when at any time before the event without penalty. Informa reserves the right making your booking. to cancel, alter the content and/or speakers on any program. Paid registration fees will be fully refunded for cancelled events. A.B.N. 66 086 268 313 SECURE ORDER REGISTER ONLINE via our secure server REGISTER NOW you for downloading this brochure about our forthcoming VIP CODEevent. We are delighted to provide you with this program and dohope it assists you with everything you need to know about theagenda. However, should you have any further queries, please P11M18WEBPDFdon’t hesitate to contact us on Telephone: (+61 2) 9080 4307 orE-Mail EVENT CODE To see the most updated agenda, visit the website where you can also register online via our secure server at: P11M18