The 9th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference convenes on the 21st & 22nd of March 2017 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
With the Victorian State Budget allocating over $10.4 billion towards public transport and road projects, the conference will highlight the latest updates on the largest transport projects shaping this booming state.
Supported by the Victorian Government, the theme for this year’s event is “Looking Ahead Towards Victoria’s Transport Priorities”. The program will examine major transport infrastructure projects such as the Metro Tunnel Project, Level Crossing Removal Project and Western Distributor Project as well as other key topics including Infrastructure Victoria’s 30-year Strategy, Public Transport Victoria’s Priorities and the Southern Cross Station Update.
Over 200 delegates attend annually to engage with government and private representatives, learning about short and long-term transport and infrastructure priorities for the state that will enhance social and economic outcomes in metropolitan and regional areas.
This crucial transport event will underscore key developments and outlook for the state with valuable input from industry leaders.
TUESDAY APRIL 04, 2017
The 9th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference profiled leading projects across the State in Melbourne last week.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2017
With numerous projects proposed and underway across Victoria, value capture has emerged as an innovative strategy to fund major infrastructure works.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25, 2017
The Australian economy will see direct benefits from a major infrastructure project currently underway in Melbourne in the form of the $10.9 billion Melbourne Metro Rail Tunnel, says Infrastructure Australia.
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 07, 2016
As urban Melbourne continues to struggle with increased traffic congestion, experts will convene at the 9th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference 2017 to discuss solutions for combatting overcrowded city conditions.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2016
As Melbourne's population is forecast to hit 10 million by the 2050s, infrastructure strategies and innovation come at a crucial time. Collectively, the state will consider infrastructure priorities and necessities in the decades to come.