• Transport Modelling Workshop - Dealing with Uncertainty in Transport Forecasting
    2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
  • Tech Forum: Transport Forecasting with Autonomous Vehicles
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

International Guest Speaker Pilo Willumsen – MUST ATTEND

The AITPM is proud to announce that internationally renowned transport modelling expert Pilo Willumsen will be visiting Brisbane on the 22nd of August. We are providing two great opportunities to come and listen to Pilo and engage with him. We are pleased to provide these events as free of charge for our members. There is a $50 fee (one off for the day’s events) for non-members. This payment can be used as a down-payment on AITPM membership*.

1. Transport Modelling Workshop – Dealing with Uncertainty in Transport Forecasting

61 Mary Street,  MG.03 Conference Room 3, from 2.30pm-4.30pm, Tuesday 22nd of August

An interactive workshop seeking a deeper understanding and discussion of the issues of dealing with uncertainty in transport forecasting.

This is a must attend for all transport modellers, those who manage transport modelling contracts and those who require transport modelling outputs wishing to improve their craft and engage with one of the best minds in our industry!

2. Tech Forum: Transport Forecasting with Autonomous Vehicles

SMEC offices, Level 6, 480 St Pauls Terrace Fortitude Valley,  5.30pm, Tuesday 22nd of August

A presentation by Pilo on one of the biggest challenges for the transport industry: the effects of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) on th performance of our roads and how they can be modelled and incorporated into our forecasts.


Come along and listen to a fascinating discussion on AV and then have the opportunity to ask Pilo questions you have on AV or modelling in general. This is an opportunity not to be missed.

Please RSVP below for catering purposes for each event.


The presenter

Dr. Luis (Pilo) Willumsen has over 35 years of experience as a consultant, transport planner and researcher with a distinguished academic career. He is an internationally recognised authority in Transport and Traffic Modelling. Based in Britain since 1975, he was a researcher and lecturer at Leeds University and then at University College London. Luis was a Director of Steer Davies Gleave having joined it full-time in 1989 with a special responsibility for technical development; he left that company to set up his independent practice in December 2009. He has written over 50 technical papers, books and book chapters. He is co-author with Prof. Ortúzar of “Modelling Transport” a book published by Wiley and now in its fourth edition. More recently he has published “Better Traffic and Revenue Forecasting” dealing with the issues of risk and uncertainty in producing projections for transport concessions; both books are available in hard and electronic versions through Amazon and other outlets. His experience covers large transport modelling assignments, leadership of numerous traffic and revenue forecasting studies for Toll Roads, Managed Lanes, Rail, Metro, LRT and BRT projects. These have been undertaken either for the private sector, financial institutions or government sponsors. He has led projects for different types of rapid transit services including the operational design of Transmilenio in Bogotá; he has also experience in Congestion Charging and more widely Transport Planning for large cities and regions.


*Please note, that any non members wanting to register for BOTH events should enter the code PILO for their second ticket to bring the total to $50. You will have the option to add the promotional code at the third stage of the registration process. 

 If you are a member and do not know your login details, please contact web@aitpm.com.au



480 St Paul's Terrace, Level 5, Fortitude Valley, Queensland