What makes a city a desirable place to live, work and play. Being able to move efficiently through the city as our population continues to grow is a key planning challenge, with the impacts of congestion already being felt by businesses and residents.
Transport decisions being made now will shape our cities into the future and are critical to economic prosperity and quality of life.
The Transporting Cities into the Future lunch on the Gold Coast on Friday, March 12 from 12.30pm to 3.00pm, will be a transport forum exploring the future of transport solutions. Registration from 12.15pm.
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City leaders and government authorities have much to consider in delivering this solution on our future urban mobility requirements to facilitate an ever growing liveable city and you have the chance to hear from them directly and help support the shaping of the future in this highly anticipated event.
Hear from keynote speakers and a panel of experts in the transport and planning sector on what the priorities, challenges and opportunities are for our city at a luncheon at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday, March 12, 2021. There will be much to discuss with urban mobility globally being disrupted by trends such as autonomous vehicles, ride-sharing working to compliment traditional mass transit systems.
An integrated mobility solution for the future means city planning that encourages public or shared transit and active travel to reduce the reliance on private vehicles.
Transport and Cities Program Director
| OTHER SPEAKERS AND PANELLISTS||
|Hon Mark Bailey MP|
Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads
Queensland Department of Transport
and Main Roads
Queensland Airports Limited
Dianella (Dee) Ngakuru
Chairman of the GoldlinQ Consortium
|Venue:||Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre|
|Friday 12th March 2021|
|Phone Enquiries:||07 5578 7184|
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