12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The changing landscape for transport in Geelong and the region.
AITPM, in conjunction with Transport Australia Society (TAS) and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) are pleased to host this years’ regional event in Geelong. Join us for a light lunch and a technical discussion that will explore the transport challenges facing Geelong both now and into the future. The event will include a mix of presenters from the City of Greater Geelong, Transport for Victoria and Regional Roads Victoria, covering topics that impact on growth, movement and place and planning for the region and its transport network.
- Jarrod Malone, Coordinator – Transport Engineering Services, City of Greater Geelong / Nat Anson, Project Manager – Northern and Western Geelong Growth Areas, City of Greater Geelong
Delivering integrated transport for Geelong’s clever and creative future.
Greater Geelong is led by a community vision that will transform the city into a ‘clever and creative’ city-region by 2047 with measures of success including 50% of all journeys to work made by public and active transport.
The Northern and Western Geelong Growth Areas project – a new growth area equivalent to the population of Ballarat – seeks to deliver an integrated transport network that will achieve the community’s vision.
- Adam Lorensene, Regional Transport Planning Manager | Barwon South West, Transport for Victoria & Phoebe Hollins, Senior Consultant, GTA Consultants
Bus network planning in a regional Australian City
Adam and Phoebe will present on recent work undertaken by Transport for Victoria as part of the Revitalising Central Geelong strategy. The work will focus on how bus network planning and how this is able to strike a balance between movement and place, as well as achieving the aim of Council’s 50% active and public transport mode share target.
- Mark Tonkin, Team Leader Project Development, RRV and Luke Britnell, Team Leader Planning Studies, RRV
Recent Projects and Planning by Regional Roads Victoria in the Geelong RegionRoads are the lifeblood of our regional communities; they connect people to their places of work, schools, shops and businesses, friends and family. RRV is a new division of VicRoads focused on providing safer and better roads that support regional communities’ growth and prosperity now and in the future.Mark and Luke will discuss some recent work that RRV has been working on in the Geelong region, including:
- Bellarine Link Planning
- Future Road Safety Programs
This is a free event for members and non members and is presented in conjunction with ITE and Transport Australia Society. Numbers are limited to register soon.
A light lunch will be provided.
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