QLD | Gold Coast Seminar
Please join AITPM QLD at WSP Gold Coast for this exciting seminar. Our City of Gold Coast speakers will provide an insight on a range of projects currently underway in the City:
- Mid-life review / transport strategy (Matt Tilly)
- The Importance of Network Intelligence and Transport Systems to the Future of the Gold Coast (Alyson O’Rourke)
- Crash Investigation Alliance – A partnership between Local and State Government responding to fatal and serious injury crashes (Sonny Suharto)
About our speakers:
Matthew Tilly heads up the City of Gold Coast Transport & Traffic Branch. In this role, he has led the development of a full suite of industry-recognised transport plans relating to road network, active transport, freight, public transport, parking, road safety and travel demand management. Matthew has worked with the City of Gold Coast since 2012 and has overseen the City’s Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games transport program, as well as the City’s role in delivering the Gold Coast Rapid Transit system.
Alyson O’Rourke has over 20 years’ experience in the transport industry with a focus on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in both the public and private sectors.
From 2014 to 2018 Alyson successfully led the planning, implementation and effective operation of the road network on behalf of the City for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. For the past year, following the successful delivery of the Commonwealth Games, Alyson has lead a new initiative for the City of Gold Coast in the development and implementation of the Network Intelligence and Transport Systems program
For the last two years Sonny Suharto has been responsible for delivery of actions from the Gold Coast Road Safety Plan 2015-2020. In addition to over 20 years traffic engineering and traffic management experience within local government, Sonny has a wealth of experience conducting road safety audits for the mining sector in Australia and network risk prioritisation and road safety projects in the United Arab Emirates.
- free for members
- $30 for non-members