MOVEMENT & PLACE
M&P Classifications Review and Change Request Process
Specifically designed for Victorian Local Governments
The aim of this course is to learn how the Department of Transport translates high level transport and land-use plans and strategies into projects and operations on the transport network.
The M&P framework enables complex network challenges and competing demands to be assessed at strategic and
As a result of completing this course, practitioners and decision makers will have confidence applying the M&P framework to consider movement, place, safety and environmental outcomes when making decisions on our transport network.
Workshop Date: 20th - 21th April
Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Location: Port Melbourne
Cost: $2,000 + GST
Who Should Attend
- Local government personnel:
- Engineers, strategic planners, traffic managers, urban designers
- Executives, Managers and Team Leaders
- Overview of the M&P Framework (Modules 1 – 4)
- Deep dive into M&P Network Classifications (Module 1); the future strategic vision for the network
- Hands-on example of the M&P Classification Change Request tools and processes.
At the end of this course participants will:
- Understand the M&P Framework and its four modules
- Understand M&P network classifications (Module 1) and use these to determine the strategic function and importance of different transport modes, place, safety and environment on the transport network.
- Understand the LGA M&P Classification Review and Change Request process and learn how to use the resources and tools to submit M&P Classification Change Requests.
*Dates and prices are subject to change.