ExpiredDraft Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions

  • 06/02/2018
    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Brisbane City Council’s Draft Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions

Information session hosted by Transport Australia Society, Queensland Chapter

Brisbane City Council has released the Draft Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions to guide the evolution of Brisbane’s transport network over the next 25 years and beyond.

This session will provide an overview of Council’s draft plan and the four themes of enhancing liveability, delivering economic benefits, harnessing innovation and evolving the network.

Find out how the plan will proactively address emerging challenges and harness opportunities to meet Brisbane’s needs and aspirations today and into the future.

Speaker: Lindsay Enright, Strategic Planning Manager, Brisbane City Council

Lindsay Enright is the Strategic Planning Manager, Major Projects Planning within Transport Planning and Strategy at Brisbane City Council. Lindsay is a regional planner and civil engineer with over 30 years’ experience in State and local government and the private sector. Lindsay’s experience includes key management roles in infrastructure, transport and land use planning projects in Queensland.

Within Council, Lindsay has been responsible for transport policies, strategies, plans and implementation programs for key transport infrastructure programs including: $120 million Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane Program, Ferry Terminal Flood Recovery Program and Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliance program. Most recently he has led the development of the Draft Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions

This is a joint event with Engineers Australia and PedBikeTrans and is sponsored by PSA Australia.


Free for AITPM / EA / PedBikeTrans members, $30 for non members

Register by 5pm on 5 February 2018.

Queries should go to aitpm.qld@gmail.com




Level 16, 266 George Street , Brisbane, Queensland, 4000

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