About

The Tourism & Transport Forum Australia (TTF) in partnership with the UITP Australia New Zealand (UITPANZ) are delighted to present the 2019 Australian Transport SummitNow in its eighth year, the Australian Transport Summit continues to be one of TTF and UITPANZ’s most significant events and is Australia’s foremost public transport summit.

The theme for this year’s Summit is Real Mobility: Connecting People, Places, Spaces.  Hear how innovative mobility services are transforming how people move and where they work and live.  The program will include Australian and international keynote speakers, expert panels and case studies, and the agenda will focus on current and emerging issues facing the Australian transport sector.  The Australian Transport Summit will be about discussing what is possible.

The Summit will bring together Government leaders, public and private sector experts and allow attendees to hear from, and share ideas with key stakeholders in the transport portfolio.

This one-day event will conclude with a closing cocktail reception where delegates can network and discuss insights and topics of interest that were highlighted throughout the conference program.  It will provide unrivalled opportunities to engage and connect with industry leaders, network and generate new business opportunities.

This year’s conference will be held on Wednesday, 7 August 2019 at the Hilton Sydney.

Sponsorship Opportunities

To contact us and request information about sponsorship opportunities for the 2019 event, please click here or contact Amanda Clark | Director, Marketing & Operations on Ph: 02 9240 2000.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Program


CONFIRMED KEYNOTES


Solving Mobility Issues through Human-Centred Innovation
Pras Ganesh | Vice President |Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing; Director |Toyota Mobilty Foundation

The Chicago Story: Innovating Governance and Funding to Turn an Ageing Public Transport System Around
Leanne Redden | Executive Director | Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago

City of Angels – An Emerging Global Hub in the Mobilty Revolution
Joshua L. Schank | Chief Innovation Officer |LA Metro

Transit-oriented development: A deep dive on Perth’s METRONET
Owen Thomas | Executive Director, Infrastructure Planning and Land Services | PTA WA and METRONET


CONFIRMED PANELS


No MaaS without MASS: The future of door-to-door mobilty
Susan Anderson | General Manager, Uber ANZ
Tony Braxton-Smith | Chief Executive | Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI)
Matt Longland | Deputy Director General | Department of Transport & Main Roads QLD
Leanne Redden | Executive Director | Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago

When Car is King but PT is Queen: Delivering modal shift in car-based cities
David Franks | Chief Executive Officer | Keolis Downer
Jon Lamonte | Chief Executive | Sydney Metro, TfNSW
Joshua L. Schank | Chief Innovation Officer | LA Metro

Designing tomorrow’s experience today: Innovating the planning, funding and governance of infrastructure in cities
Duncan Edghill | A/g Chief Projects Manager | Major Projects Canberra
Romilly Madew AO | CEO | Infrastructure Australia
Luke Yeaman
| Deputy Secretary, Infrastructure Group | Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

The Spectrum of Agile to Trunk: How to Use On Demand and Fixed Services to Get Better Mobility in Cities
Simon Barrett | Senior Partner and Chairman | L.E.K. Consulting
Pras Ganesh
| Vice President | Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing; Director | Toyota Mobilty Foundation
Elizabeth Mildwater | Deputy Secretary, Greater Sydney | TfNSW
Will O’Neill | Chief Financial & Strategy Officer | Busways

 

 

 

 

Speakers

Susan Anderson

Susan Anderson

Regional General Manager | Uber Australia and New Zealand
Dr Simon Barrett

Dr Simon Barrett

Partner and Chairman | L.E.K. Consulting
Michelle Batsas

Michelle Batsas

Executive Director | UITP Australia New Zealand
Tony Braxton-Smith

Tony Braxton-Smith

Chief Executive | Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, SA
Ian Dobbs

Ian Dobbs

Chairman | UITP Australia New Zealand
Duncan Edghill

Duncan Edghill

A/g Chief Projects Officer | Major Projects Canberra
David Franks

David Franks

Chief Executive Officer | Keolis Downer
Pras Ganesh

Pras Ganesh

Vice President | Corporate Planning | Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing Co
Hon Catherine King MP

Hon Catherine King MP

Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development
Jon Lamonte

Jon Lamonte

Chief Executive | Sydney Metro TfNSW
Matthew Longland

Matthew Longland

Deputy Director-General | Department of Transport & Main Roads; Head | TransLink
Romilly Madew AO

Romilly Madew AO

Chief Executive Officer | Infrastructure Australia
Elizabeth Mildwater

Elizabeth Mildwater

Deputy Secretary, Greater Sydney | TfNSW
Will O’Neill

Will O’Neill

Chief Financial & Strategy Officer | Busways
Margy Osmond

Margy Osmond

Chief Executive Officer | TTF
Leanne Redden

Leanne Redden

Executive Director | Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago
Owen Thomas

Owen Thomas

Executive Director, Infrastructure Planning and Land Services | Public Transport Authority, WA
Joshua L. Schank

Joshua L. Schank

Chief Innovation Officer | LA Metro
Jeroen Weimar

Jeroen Weimar

Chief Executive Officer | Public Transport Victoria
Luke Yeaman

Luke Yeaman

Deputy Secretary, Infrastructure Group | Department of Infrastructure, Cities and Regional Development

Venue

The Australian Transport Summit will be held at the Hilton Sydney.

Located in Sydney’s business district, the Hilton Sydney hotel is next to the Queen Victoria Building which combines Romanesque architecture with inspired boutique shopping.

ACCOMMODATION

Click here to check current availabilities at the Hilton Sydney.

PARKING

Due to one way road systems on George Street, please note that car access to Hilton Sydney is via Pitt Street only. Please program 255 Pitt Street if using a car navigational device. There is a secure underground car park located at Hilton Sydney. This carpark is owned and managed by Secure Parking. Self parking fee is $57.50 for 24 hours from time of entry. Hilton Valet Parking is available ($81 for 24 hours) or enter the carpark directly and Secure will park the car for you at casual parking rates.

DIRECTIONS & MAP

The Hilton Sydney hotel is located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD on George Street, close to shopping, entertainment and corporate offices. Just 30 minutes from Sydney International and Domestic airports and only 50m from Town Hall Station.

488 George Street, Sydney, Australia NSW 2000

Tel: +61 02 9266 2000

Registration

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