High-profile speakers from Uber, the government and the public sector have been locked in to share their insight into the future of integrated mobility at the upcoming ARRB Symposium.
Uber, the Victorian Government and the state’s Department of Transport, and Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) will be part of the ARRB Symposium – titled Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021 - to be held in Melbourne from November 17 to 19.
Uber’s Public Policy and Government Affairs senior advisor, Polly Epov, will discuss the future of delivery and role of micro-freight at the ARRB Symposium.
Victoria’s Parliamentary Secretary for Transport, Vicki Ward, will join TMR Chief Engineer Dennis Walsh and Monash University public transport expert Professor Graham Currie to talk policy, technology, public transit and infrastructure.
TMR’s Deputy Director-General Amanda Yeates and Victorian Department of Transport Secretary Paul Younis will be part of a session called What our States Think – outlining their vision for integrated mobility now and into the future.
TMR Director-General Neil Scales OBE, who has just won the John Shaw Award from Roads Australia, has also been confirmed as a speaker for Day Three.
The event will also feature a session called Setting the Scene – The Future of Movement. ARRB is negotiating with key figures from all levels of government to be a part of this important session, which will lead off proceedings at the ARRB Symposium on Day One.
Tickets are available now for the ARRB Symposium – Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021 event - to be held at the National Transport Research Centre. Discounted ticket prices are available for a limited time as part of an End of Financial Year special.
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