ExpiredAITPM (NSW) / Transport Australia society (NSW) Hunter Regional Seminar

  • 16/11/2018
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

The Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management, Cessnock City Council and Transport Australia Society are co-hosting the AITPM Hunter Regional Seminar.

The Seminar gives opportunities for those working in road safety, traffic engineering and transport planning to keep up to date on significant regional projects, share learnings and develop professional networks.

Lunch and tea break catering provided.

Costs are:

  • $20 for AITPM, Transport Australia Society, Engineers Australia members (requires membership number)
  • $50 for Non-members

Places are limited and registration is required by 12pm midday Thursday, 15 November 2018.

Why not visit the many attractions of the Hunter Valley and enjoy a weekend away? Accommodation at reasonable rates is available at the Cumberland Motor Inn within 400m of the venue.

Information on accommodation, things to do and places to see may be found at: www.huntervalleyvisitorcentre.com.au

For seminar information contact Michael Kolos, 0409 041 442, kolosm@iprimus.com.au


8:30am Registration, Tea, Coffee
9:00am Seminar Welcome Brendyn Williams
9:05am Cessnock City Council Welcome Mayor Councillor Bob Pynsent
9:15am Newcastle Light Rail Ewen Henderson, Project Manager, Roads and Utilities Transport for NSW
9:55am How to safely drop-off/pick-up over 300 students near a highway – Dalwood Road Bus Interchange Warren Jeffery, Road Safety Officer

Sam Mackie, Projects Engineer

Cessnock City Council
10:35am Morning Tea
11:05am Vibrant Spaces Experiment in Taree Richard Wheatley, Senior Transport Engineer Midcoast Council
11:45am Newcastle Inner City Bypass – Rankin Park to Jesmond Matthew Mate, Project Development Manager

Steve Dalley, Project Manager

Roads and Maritime Services
12:25pm Lunch
1:25pm Regional Parking Policy. Does it have a role in planning for Greater Newcastle? Mark Waugh, Transport Engineer Better Transport Futures
1:55pm Making Newcastle Active – Engaging for Active Transport, and Richmond Vale Rail Trail Natalie McCabe, Senior Transport Strategist

Geoff Wickens, Project Manager

Newcastle City Council
2:35pm Afternoon Tea
3:05pm The Levee – The Heart of Maitland Scott Henderson, Infrastructure Planning Engineering Coordinator Maitland City Council
3:45pm Event Traffic Planning and Supercars Drew Fergusson-Tait Newcastle City Council
4:25pm Concluding Remarks Brendyn Williams
4:30pm Finish



62-78 Vincent Street, Cessnock, New South Wales

Access is via Cumberland Street near Cooper Street Recommend parking at the Cumberland Street public car park between Cooper Street and Hall Street. This parking is free and has no time restriction. There is also nearby on-street parking, most of which has no time restriction. The Council Staff Car Park has a few time restricted visitor parking spaces.

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