The AITPM WA YPN Showcase is an evening to share and see the work of your fellow transport industry young professionals! Come along and network in a relaxed setting and hear what some of our Young Professionals have been up to.
In response to COVID, cities around the world have introduced pop up bike lanes, wider footpaths and more space for outdoor dining. Join the AITPM VIC Branch for this in-person technical seminar to look at some of the initiatives that have been introduced in Melbourne. Presentations will focus on the design, implementation, and engagement process of delivering this infrastructure in an accelerated way. There will be an opportunity for networking before and after the session.
Have you ever considered postgraduate study in Transport Planning, Urban Planning, Traffic Modelling or Engineering? The AITPM Queensland Young Professionals Network are hosting a webinar on postgraduate study. Hear from industry professionals who have completed various forms of postgraduate certification as we delve into the benefits, challenges and logistics of balancing study and professional commitments.
Join us for an insightful panel discussion on the topic of women in leadership in transport, with the Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Australia, Romilly Madew AO FTSE, the Honourable Rachel Nolan Executive Director of the McKell Institute and former Queensland Minister for Transport, and Nicole Vukic, National Transport Planning Manager at Arcadis.
This webinar will provide an update on the work that Austroads is leading with the road transport agencies to improve the safety of road users and road workers around temporary traffic management environments. The updated AS 1742.3 and AGTTM are being adopted in the road agencies’ practice while the Prequalification Scheme and National Training Framework are expected to be launched in 2022. Please join us to find out how this work is progressing and what it means for the industry, then Richard Delplace (Austroads Program Manager) and Thuan Nguyen (Technical Coordinator) will update you and answer your questions.
AITPM NSW Branch are pleased to welcome members and colleagues to come together to welcome 2021. This event connects our industry colleagues over social drinks and light snacks and networking opportunities. Join us at Bungalow 8 in Barangaroo on Thursday 25th of March to catch up with your friends and colleagues. There will be some drinks and light snacks provided.
In 2019-2020, Cred Consulting were engaged by the City of Sydney and the global organisation, C40 Women4Climate Initiative to undertake research about how women travel around Greater Sydney and whether they walk and/or cycle as part of their everyday journeys. Standard transport planning metrics only focus on commuting to and from work in peak periods. This creates a data gap around the use of active transport for complex trips, which are more often made by women, thereby resulting in policy decisions that potentially disadvantage how women travel around Greater Sydney. Grounded in the power of women to make change, the research explored the key drivers, enabling factors and level of use of active transport by women for complex trips (those that involve trip chaining and/ or transporting a dependent person on a single journey).
Join us for a conversation with lead author, April McCabe (Cred Consulting) to discuss the recommendations of the research, heard some stories from the 'go al
Join fellow young professionals and students involved in the traffic and transport industry for the AITPM Victorian Young Professionals’ Network: Career in Transport webinar. Hear from three diverse speakers with a range of experience and skills in both the public and private sector, and enjoy the opportunity to discuss all things traffic and transport.
During the month of March the AITPM will be celebrating International Women's Day with a series of events aimed at raising the profile of women practicing in traffic and transport, and volunteering with the AITPM. Our first session of the series will feature a conversation with AITPM Vice President, Liz McGregor and Chief Executive Officer, Kirsty Kelly, where they will share their experiences of the role and value that women bring to both professional practice and to volunteering with organisations like the AITPM.
AITPM QLD Branch and PedBikeTrans would like to invite you to join us and kick off our 2021 networking calendar on February 24. It will be an opportunity to catch up with our colleagues and discuss expectations and opportunities.
RACV, AITPM and ACRS have come together to offer a road safety seminar series. There are six sessions aiming to tackle the question of which steps need to be taken to move closer towards zero.
Please join us for the final session of this series to hear from Jerome Carslake, National Road Safety Partnership Program and Bridgette Burdett, MRCagney.