Strategic transport modelling forms the basis of forecast travel demand to inform business cases for transport infrastructure investment and the more detailed operational modelling. In the ACT, the robustness of the Canberra Strategic Transport Model (CSTM) outputs is dependent on the data accuracy of the model inputs used to calibrate and validate the model, and to develop the future model scenarios.
Please join us as the speakers present on how the ACT planning policies including the ACT District Strategies and data including the Household Travel Survey and ABS Census inform the CSTM recalibration and enhancements as part of the Connected and sustainable Canberra – Modelling transport across Canberra initiative.
The AITPM SA Emerging Professionals Network is proud to present the premier technical showcase of emerging talent within the state! Covering a range of transport engineering and planning topics, speakers will be sharing what they have been working on, their insights, experiences and taking questions from the audience. Generously sponsored and hosted by Be Engineering Solutions, the event will be followed by a light networking lunch. Register now to attend because places are limited! And reach out to express your interest to showcase your work!
Planners and policy makers have an opportunity to provide an alternative solution to the transport decarbonisation challenge - designing cities that can meet community’s mobility and lifestyle needs while minimising the necessity of carbon-intensive, new builds. Join us for the webinar to hear from industry experts in this field. This session will include an interactive component following the presentations, where attendees can ask questions and contribute to the discussion.
Celebrate the end-of-year with an in-person networking and social event held by the WA Emerging Professionals Network. Anyone is welcome to join us at Lot 20 at 5pm on Wednesday 29 November 2023 for a drink and a chat with some canapés. A drink token will be provided upon arrival for all registered attendees. Limited spaces available due to venue capacity so get in quick!
Join the AITPM EPN for an engaging and informative speed networking event themed "Affordable, Vibrant Living." This event is centred around how transport-led land use and development can foster the creation of affordable, vibrant communities while delivering substantial benefits to our local communities.
Please join us for networking drinks and mini-golf from 5:00pm to 6pm before sitting down for dinner to hear from guest speakers. This year's speakers are Trent Williams from Stantec and Dr Eslam Hassan from Bitzios Consulting.
We also welcome you to continue networking after dinner.
Tables of 10, registering as a group or individual is available. Please provide an dietary requirements as part of booking.
Following on from our successful road pricing symposium at this year’s AITPM National Conference please join us for a webinar to discuss what the challenges and opportunities are for road pricing in Australia. Professor David Hensher will discuss the status quo, the potential objectives of road pricing reform and the opportunity a real-world experiment for road pricing would provide Australia.
The webinar will be a technical seminar followed by a Q and A discussion. AITPM members will be invited to submit questions before the event.
The AITPM QLD Branch invites members and non-members to join us in celebrating the festive season and saying farewell to 2023 with a networking event to be held at Firefly (275 George Street).
Festivities will start at 5:30pm for an evening of drinks and light snacks.
The AITPM Transport Modelling Network (TMN) and the NZ Modelling User Group (NZMUGs) are excited to welcome you to our first joint event. This is a great chance to hear presentations across a range of topics and connect with industry colleagues across Australia and New Zealand.
Main Roads Western Australia is planning to update their operational modelling guidelines. We cordially invite all operational traffic modelling professionals to attend. This event aims to cover suggested changes, clarifications and updates to the Main Roads Operational Modelling Guidelines. A workshop will be held to further discuss traffic modelling best practices to deliver better transport outcomes especially in Western Australia.
The AITPM QLD Emerging Professionals Network, in collaboration with Arcadis, is pleased to invite you to celebrate the end of the year with a social event in Brisbane CBD.
Please join us in saying farewell to a successful 2023 and enjoy the start of the festive season with colleagues. We will start festivities at 5:30pm for an evening of drinks, food and festive activities with a small intermission to reflect on the year that has been!