The Department of Transport and Main Roads are seeking feedback on the recently released draft 10-year plan for passenger transport in Queensland, called Creating Better Connections for Queenslanders. Join us to hear about details of the plan and be part of the discussion on the plan's five key priorities and 20 initiatives for the next 10 years that will ensure passenger transport in Queensland remains.
Join the AITPM WA Branch for this (In-person technical event) to hear from presenters on two new approaches/programs in Western Australia to improve the liveability and safety of our neighbourhoods.
Reconnect WA seeks to help reimagine and revitalise streets and public spaces to create vibrant and active places for Western Australians to interact and connect with each other.
Healthy Streets is a human-centred framework for embedding public health in transport, public realm and planning. There are 10 Healthy Streets Indicators, which focus on the human experience needed on all streets, everywhere, for everyone.
Join the AITPM WA Branch for this In-person technical event to learn all about the design, policy, and operation of Perth's latest Smart Freeway. Hear from our presenters on the principles behind the management of Smart Freeway and the transport engineering context. See the traffic theory turn into practice under the management of Perth's first Smart Freeway and how the freeway has fared after the numbers are crunched. Learn all about the latest technology and what makes the Smart Freeway so smart - both the elements that you can see and the elements that are under the hood. In addition, learn all about the latest topics on the Smart Freeway Policy including Main Roads Operational Efficiency Audit Guidelines. Our speakers for this event include Anne Walsh, Elliott Panos and Bita Charehjoo (Main Roads WA)
Join several members of the new AITPM NSW/ACT Committee 2021/22 for an informal networking session to catch up with colleagues. It's a great way to catch up with people you may already know and to meet new people. The session will include the use of breakout rooms to allow for smaller group conversations.
Join us for the AITPM 2021 Annual General Meeting from 1.00pm to 2.00pm (AEST) on Friday 13 August 2021. The AGM will be held via Zoom and you will need a camera and microphone to be able to participate.
Please join us for a shortened online version of our Annual Transport Modelling Workshop. Topics will include:
Session 1: (9.30am - 10:45am) Modelling and Project Evaluation
This panel session will explore the interactions between modelling and project evaluation including business case development in both Queensland and abroad. Consideration will be given to the requirements set out by Infrastructure Australia and how they influence the ways we undertake modelling.
Session 2: (11.15am - 12:30pm) Major Events Planning and Modelling
Presentations and/or panel discussion will include experiences drawn from across Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018, Sydney Olympics 2000, Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006, Brisbane Olympics 2032.
Join us for an informal Virtual Member Meet Up over lunch to catch up with colleagues around the country - a great way to catch with people you may already know and to meet new people. The session will include the use of breakout rooms to allow for smaller group conversations.
AITPM Members are invited to join us (online) for our AITPM VIC/TAS State Branch Annual Meeting from 5.00pm to 5.45pm on Wednesday 21st July 2021.
The Annual Meeting will be held via Zoom and you will need a camera and microphone to be able to participate.
AITPM SA Committee is pleased to invite you to attend our 2021 Annual Branch Meeting (ABM) and Dinner, on Wednesday 7th July at the Belgian Beer Café, Adelaide. Following the formal part of the meeting, we will enjoy a dinner and have the opportunity to network with your fellow SA branch members.
To comply with Government’s regulations and requirements for public events and social distancing, this year’s Annual Meeting Dinner will have limited seating and the maximum number of attendees is capped at 40.
Therefore, please RSVP for the event as early as possible by COB 6 July.
AITPM Members and Non-Members are invited to join us for our AITPM NSW State Branch Annual Meeting being held (Online). The formal meeting will be followed by presentation from guest speaker Tara McCarthy (Deputy Secretary, Safety, Environment and Regulation for Transport for NSW) on an integrated, multi model, risk based approach to safety, security and emergency management.
The AITPM NSW State Branch welcome its members, their guests and others to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting. We will enjoy a three course meal and drinks while hearing reports on the previous year, results of the NSW Branch Committee election and a presentation from guest speaker Tara McCarthy (Deputy Secretary, Safety, Environment and Regulation for Transport for NSW) on an integrated, multi model, risk based approach to safety, security and emergency management.
As Sydneysiders, we use public transport to go about our daily lives! But as we take trains, ferries, buses, and light rail, we likely take the systems—and the complex legacy of more than 165 years of planning and development—for granted. For this month’s AITPM Young Professionals event, we’ll take the chance to learn about the everyday infrastructure that keeps Sydney moving. The tour will take us on a journey to explore unique spaces and hear stories that reveal the history of the city’s transport networks, from hidden tunnels beneath Hyde Park, to the missing platforms at Wynyard, to the Battle of Central Station that changed the Australian relationship with alcohol. We will be led by architect, urban designer, and academic Michael Kahn, who recently completed his PhD examining architecture’s role in helping shape the mega transport projects reshaping the city.