NSW conference to dissect future projects

A conference focused on New South Wales’ major projects will outline the elements shaping future infrastructure projects across the state.

The 11th Annual NSW Major Project Conference, taking placein Sydney, Australia on 17–18 September 2019, will highlight the region’s largest infrastructure projects and upgrades and will involve more than 25 speakers and policy makers from government and the private sectors discussing the industry.

The conference comes at a pivotal time for the state, with a record of investment of AU$89.7 billion leaving NSW expecting to have more major infrastructure projects on the cards than any other state in Australia.

There will be a range of quality presentations, including a update on the WestConnex project and an in-depth review of the Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel – or SMART – system, presenting and innovative solution to flooding and traffic congestion.

There will also be a panel discussion on the Urban Congestion Fund, which seeks to reduce congestion in urban locations and has been allocated an investment of AU$4 billion over the next decade.

The panel will include TTM Consulting Director Mel Fyfe, Urbis Transport Advisory Associate Director Neill Miller, Transport for NSW Manager Walking and Cycling Strategy Sara Stace.

For more information visit the NSW Major Projects Conference website.

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