Come take a walk with us for the first YP Social Event of 2022! We are inviting everyone to come along and join us for a coffee as Roadside Services and Adelaide City Council briefly showcase the new Hydraulic Bollards System at the East End of Adelaide City. The event will start at the Exchange Specialty Coffee at 12/18 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide, then we will be walking to two locations in the area as part of the Roadside Services “Show and Tell”.
We invite you to join the official unveiling of the AMAG enterprise solution –SMART SaaS Platform incorporating SMART Safety, SMART Survey and SMART Operations via webstream on Wednesday, 25 May from 12:30pm - 1:30pm
This AITPM event, led by Marty Prowse, CEO of Matrix and Simon Washington, CEO of AMAG, will provide a demonstration of the SMART Platform Products and provide an opportunity to talk with AMAG and Matrix staff and engineers.
The AITPM SA Branch and Transport Modelling Network (TMN) is proud to provide this special workshop event. The Department for Infrastructure and Transport has recently released their SIDRA guidelines for SIDRA 9. This is an opportunity for practitioners (experienced and aspiring) to come along and learn about the new guidelines and how to apply them when building and calibrating a SIDRA 9 model.
The event will be held on the 25th of May from 9.30am-1130am. It will be a hybrid event where you can attend in person at the SMEC office (workshop sponsors) or on line (spots are limited in person). We look forward to seeing you there for this fantastic learning opportunity where we will also discuss further developments in the modelling space in South Australia.
The AITPM Queensland Branch is pleased to host an in-person event in Toowoomba, which will present a range of views and discussion on how investment in Toowoomba’s transport system can deliver economic, social and environmental benefits for the community.
Hear from engineers and planners currently working on developing the future transport network for Toowoomba:
1. Anthony Burke will explore frameworks for project identification and benefits.
2. Tim Cupitt will provide an overview of the barriers to realising the benefits of transport investments or the aspirations of transport plans.
3. Thomas Boulton will expand on the economic evaluation of project benefits and provide insight from his experience living and working in the UK.
4. Brian McKay will share his experience of working with the community to improve safety and connectivity in Highfields as part of the Central Highfields Master Plan, prioritising pedestrian and cyclist movements while maintaining access to other road u
Back to Basics returns for 2022!
Calling graduates, anyone new to our industry or anyone wanting a refresher.
This is a great opportunity to learn from an experienced industry professional and obtain a solid grounding in some fundamental traffic and transport topics.
The topics this year are: Transport Impact Assessments, Data Sources and Collection Techniques, Road Safety Audits and Introduction to Modelling.
AITPM VIC YPN and Stantec are pleased to host a Healthy Streets Assessment Walkshop for young professionals involving a site visit to assess a selected street in Melbourne's CBD using the Healthy Streets Assessment Tool guided by James Laing. This is a catered event held at Stantec’s 55 Collins Street office on Thursday 26th May at 3pm. There are limited spots so book now to avoid missing out!
QLD YPN are hosting a Coffee Roulette networking event! This will take on a speed dating style where Young/Early Professionals are paired to meet and greet each other, rotating every few minutes. At this event, you will be able to create connections quickly amongst other young professionals, making it less nerve-racking attending your next in-person AITPM event.
Drinks and light bakery snacks will be provided!
Content Access Passes to access the 50+ hours of CPD generated during the Online Conference Series 2021 are now available on-demand. Full access to the all recorded content is now available for subscription access for the period until 31 March 2023.
Please note that the AITPM team is experiencing some disruptions, including to power supply due to the recent extreme weather in South East Queensland, which is expected to endure throughout this week. This may impact on our ability to respond to your queries in a timely manner - we apologise in advance for any disruption you may experience in our services.