The 6th NSW Transport Infrastructure Summit will be held on 5th and 6th October 2011 in Sydney. It provides an outlook for NSW’s transport priorities, including passenger transport and freight
The 6th NSW Transport Infrastructure Summit will be held on 5th and 6th October 2011 in Sydney. It provides an outlook for NSW’s transport priorities, including passenger transport and freight transport strategies.
State Transport Series The 6th annualnew south wales TransportInfrastructure Summit 20115th & 6th October 2011 Sydney Harbour Marriott at Circular Quay Tailor your participation and attend two days OR one day only Day One Sydney Briefing Day Day TWOHear the latest industry outlookand case studies from expert NSW Freightspeakers including: Briefing DayJim Cox PSM, CEO,Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) Endorsed by:Rodd Staples, Project Leader, North West Rail LinkDavid Bentham, Director, NRMAMarika Calfas, General Manager – Planning,Sydney Ports CorporationTodd Williams, CEO,Regional Development Australia – HunterProfessor David Hensher, Director Institute of Transportand Logistic Studies, University of Sydney Media Partners:Stephen Albin, Chief Executive, Urban DevelopmentInstitute of Australia NSWBen Taylor, Executive Director,Shore Regional Organisation of Councils S E C UR E OR D E R Researched and developed by: REGISTER NOW www.informa.com.au/nswtransport
NSW TRANSPORT INfRAS SYDNeY BRIefING DAY – 5th October 20118.30 Registration and welcome coffee 1.20 What opportunities are there for private operators to deliver better public transport outcomes in Sydney?9.00 Speed networking l What lessons does private sector involvement in other Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed jurisdictions have for Sydney? and informal speed networking session. l Should the NSW Government consider privatising Bring your business cards! buses and trains, as well as ferries? l What governance model can best regulate a system9.20 Opening remarks from the Chair where services are operated by the private sector? Des Dent, CEO, 10 000 friends of Greater Sydney Richard Allsop, Research Fellow, Institute of Public AffairsOUTLOOK 1.55 CASe STUDY9.30 A growing city? The role of transport infrastructure The Master Plan for Central Station - Planning for in the population debate the efficient and effective provision of transport l Planning for the future of Sydney’s suburbs infrastructure and services to meet the needs of stakeholders and customers Stephen Albin, Chief Executive, Urban Development Institute of Australia NSW l Understanding the challenges l Prioritising the needseNHANCING PRODUCTIVITY – IMPROVING l Strategic planning supported by technical analysisSeRVICeS l Effective communication of outcomes Sebastian Smyth, Leader - Transport Planning, GHD10.05 CASe STUDY Planning for future population growth in 2.30 CASe STUDY Western Sydney Improving rail services through enhanced rolling l Western Sydney’s increasing importance on a regional, stock utilisation state and national basis l Single deck versus double deck rail operations l Ensuring transport connectivity as a key component Rohan Schuppan, Managing Director, Systemwide for further development l Assessing the future role of rail in Western Sydney 3.05 Afternoon tea David Gray, Manager Transport Planning, Parramatta City Council INTeGRATeD TRANSPORT PLANNING fOR SYDNeY10.40 Morning tea 3.25 CASe STUDY11.00 TRANSPORT PRIORITIeS DeBATe Transforming Sydney’s West Setting future transport infrastructure priorities for l Rezoning and revamping Parramatta Road Sydney l How can we integrate car use and public transit? l Easing congestion: How can we best accommodate all l Reducing travel times from the West by up to 30 minutes forms of transport? David Bentham, Director, NRMA l Projects versus regions – How can we move to a more integrated approach to planning and delivering 4.00 Integrated Bus Rapid Transit as a solution for the transport infrastructure projects? Northern Beaches Professor David Hensher, Director Institute of Transport l Assessing different solutions to enhance connectivity and Logistic Studies, University of Sydney between suburbs in Northern Sydney David Bentham, Director, NRMA l Councils’ partnership approach to integrating transport Terry Lee-Williams, Transport Strategy Manager, and land use planning City of Sydney Ben Taylor, Executive Director, For updates on our speaking panel, please visit our Shore Regional Organisation of Councils website www.informa.com.au/nswtransport 4.35 Closing remarks from the Chair11.45 CASe STUDY 4.40 Close of Sydney Briefing Day Delivering the North-West rail link l Outlining the project plan and objectives SPONSORSHIP AND exHIBITION OPPORTUNITIeS l Assessing the future role of the rail link within the Sydney transport system For information on sponsorship and the boutique exhibition opportunities available at this event, contact: Rodd Staples, Project Leader, North West Rail Link Sarah Cullen, Sponsorship Manager on (+61 3) 8842 2430 or12.20 Lunch email firstname.lastname@example.org www.informa.com.au/nswtransport
STRUCTURe SUMMIT 2011 fReIGHT BRIefING DAY – 6th October 2011 8.30 Registration and welcome coffee ROAD fReIGHT 9.00 Speed Networking 1.45 A road user’s perspective on freight transport in NSW Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed and informal speed networking session. Bring l The role of the trucking industry for the NSW economy your business cards! l What is needed to manage the road freight task safely? Jill Lewis, Manager, Australian Trucking Association NSW 9.20 Opening remarks from the Chair Paul Zalai, Manager Freight and Business Operations, 2.20 Afternoon tea Customs Brokers & forwarders Council of Australia (CBfCA) THe HUNTeR VALLeY SUPPLY CHAIN 2.40 The role of transport infrastructure for development ReVIeWING THe STATe Of THe NSW fReIGHT in the Hunter Region NeTWORK l Capitalising on past successes and making better use 9.30 Assessing the implications of the National Land of existing infrastructure freight Network Strategy l Addressing capacity constraints – Outlining planning l How do we achieve the right mix and priority of inefficiencies capital investment and policy reforms? l Planning for future infrastructure needs l Placing the emphasis on potential future freight flows Todd Williams, CEO, l Key priorities for NSW Regional Development Australia – Hunter Stuart Cosgriff, Partner, Clayton Utz PORTS UPDATe 10.05 Virtual reality and improving freight infrastructure 3.15 CASe STUDY processes and outcomes Update on expansion works at Port Botany Dr. Ben Guy, Managing Director, Urban Circus l Outlining one of the largest port expansion projects in Australian history 10.40 Morning tea l Managing and planning access and land use 11.00 Delivering freight in an emission constrained future l The role of Sydney Ports in the state and national l Addressing risk management in a carbon constrained economy world Marika Calfas, General Manager – Planning, l Effect of differences in carbon intensity between Sydney Ports Corporation freight mode alternatives 3.50 Closing remarks from the Chair l Impact of supply chain and mobility trends from the pricing of carbon 4.00 Close of conference Kym Lennox, Principal Consultant, The Tipping Point Institute UPCOMING eVeNTS 11.35 Tackling tomorrow’s freight task within our cities l Towards an integrated national freight network Road Pricing 2011 13th October 2011 | Grace Hotel, Sydney l Addressing first and last mile issues l Conflicts in the demand for infrastructure assets www.informa.com/roadpricing Rail and the Sustainability Challenge 12.10 Lunch 26th – 27th October 2011| Hotel Realm Canberra www.informa.com.au/railsustainability RAIL fReIGHT 1.10 Review of access pricing for the NSW grain line NT Transport Infrastructure Summit network 3rd November 2011 | Crowne Plaza Darwin l Appropriate access pricing arrangements for the grain www.informa.com.au/nttransport line network l The efficient below rail costs of the grain line network AusIntermodal 2011 l The share of costs to be paid by users of the network 7th – 8th November | Sydney Harbour Marriott l How competition from road transport constrains rail www.ausintermodal.com access charges VIC Transport Infrastructure Summit l The outlook for the production of grain in NSW 15th – 16th November | Hilton on the Park Jim Cox PSM, CEO, Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) www.informa.com.au/victransport 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 www.informa.com.au/nswtransport