Commencing on 6 September, the event will welcome more than 60 speakers and is structured to focus on four main streams, being Place, Transport Planning, Traffic Engineering, and Modelling.
Included in the strong line-up are nine WSP leaders in their disciplines who will contribute to a series of panel discussions and live Q&A sessions, sharing their expertise and discussing key challenges facing the transport industry today.
Join our WSP experts from 8 September to 11 October at the following times:
8 September at 1:00 pm Scott Benjamin, Technical Director, Intelligent Transport Systems, will present with an expert panel at the Connected and Automated Vehicles panel discussion, bringing insight to the challenges and opportunities for our connected and automated future
13 September at 1:00 pm Camden Fitzgerald, Regional Executive – Planning and Mobility will join the panel discussion on Place Making – Street Space Allocation, with a focus on creating places that put people first.
20 September at 1:00 pm Sara Stace, Director of Cities in our Strategy, Community and Place team will join other experts on Movement and Place from around Australia to discuss the role of place and community as part of our streetscape environments.
21 September at 1:00 pm Athol Moore, Senior Principal – Planning and Mobility will join the Q&A panel on Customer Insights & User Experience focusing on future-ready end-of-trip facilities
23 September at 1:00 pm Mark Xerri, Associate Rail Engineer will present insights into the complexities of designing Fast Rail in NSW at the Major Projects and Global Case Studies Live Q&A session.
28 September at 1:00 pm Laurane de Gendre, Associate Transport Planner, will join The Latest in Transport Planning – Emissions panel session to discuss the technical complexity of zero emission bus fleet transitions.
30 September at 1:00 pm Aline Laborde, Engineer, will join the Q&A panel on Optimising Network Performance focusing on the Bruce Highway Road Operations Improvement Project
6 October at 1:00 pm Shifani Sood, Senior Consultant in our Advisory Investment team will join the Q&A panel on Future Transport Mobility and Emerging Trends with a focus on the integration of emerging on-demand and shared mobility options
8 October at 1:00 pm Tom Gardner, Senior Transport Engineer and Phil Gray from the Victorian Department of Transport will join the panel of the Modelling Active Transport Networks Live Q&A session to discuss the development of a methodology to assess the level of traffic stress for cycling.
11 October at 1:00pm Sara Stace, Director of Cities at WSP will present as part of 1.5 hour session on Micromobility, to talk about Transforming NSW Streets for Walking, Cycling and Micromobility on how state governments are developing guidelines to improve place making for our local communities including a Walking Space Guide and Cycleway Design Toolbox.
WSP is proud to continue the partnership with AITPM, an industry body that contributes to the development and management of a transport system that benefits all Australians. We look forward to participating in this important conference and seeing everyone there.