The Federal Government has announced they are to allocate $500m to build 50 commuter car parks in our major cities across Australia, with close to 30 of these to be built in metropolitan Melbourne. With this in mind, Parking Australia is holding a ‘Commuter Car Park’ Forum for all stakeholders to attend and hear about these projects and how they can and should be delivered.
The Forum will include the Federal Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure, Alan Tudge, speaking on his vision for the projects and benefits for commuters.
The Minister’s presentation will be followed by presentations from public transport consultants Harry Barber and Leigh Bromley of Phillip Boyle & Associates, and Cristina Lynn and Andrew Morse from parking and traffic consultancy firm - ptc. A commercial architect will also be invited to speak.
The event will also include the opportunity to network with the car parking industry, as well as those involved in the design and contraction of car parking facilities.
With an unprecedented number of transport projects being rolled out across all states to help ease the congestion in our major cities, this event is not to be missed. The forum will be followed by networking drinks and canapés.
Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure, the Hon Alan Tudge MP
Alan Tudge is the Federal Member for Aston in the Australian Parliament and the Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure. He was first elected in 2010 and, prior to his present portfolio was the Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, with responsibility for skilled migration, visa processing, pathways to citizenship, and multicultural affairs, Minister for Human Services (where he introduced the cashless welfare card) and Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister.
Before entering parliament, Alan spent most of his career in business including with the Boston Consulting Group in Australia and the United States, and worked as a senior adviser to the Foreign Minister and Education Minister. He holds a law degree and arts degree from Melbourne University and an MBA from Harvard University.
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Parking Australia Members - free of charge
Non members - $125 ex GST