Future Transport Workshop
On Thursday 22 October, Conservation SA will be running a 'Future Transport Workshop' to encourage sustainability discussions amongst professional groups with an interest in transport, land-use planning and associated technologies. This year we are interested in exploring the idea of 'What would a decarbonised transport system look like?'
We have a day of interactive workshops and discussions (morning and afternoon sessions) with Professor Michael Taylor, and Dr Gary Ellem, facilitated by Leigh Dalwood.
The ideas from the sessions will be collated and shared with the participants, and will also be on display for visitors to the Future Transport Festival on the following Family Fun Day, Sunday 25th October.
- What challenges will our transport systems face in the next ten years?
- What does the shift from fossil fuels mean for your sector?
- How can we adapt?
Get a head start, challenge yourself, hear from experts and workshop your ideas.
Morning Session: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Professor Michael Taylor, Emeritus Professor of Transport Planning
School of Natural & Built Environments, University of South Australia
Professor Taylor has 45 years experience in transport engineering practice, research and education. He is now Emeritus Professor of Transport Planning at the University of South Australia. Until late 2014 he was also Program Leader ‘Low carbon precincts’ in the CRC for Low Carbon Living.
Afternoon Session: 1.30 – 3.30pm
Dr Gary Ellem, Tom Farrell Institute, University of Newcastle NSW
Dr Ellem is a sustainability futurist working mainly in the areas of transport, energy and regional innovation. He identifies system scale opportunities which combine technology, business, regulatory and social innovation.
MC: Leigh Dalwood, Associate Director-Transport Planning AECOM
Leigh Dalwood has over 18 years experience in State Government working collaboratively with Local Government and the private sector. Leigh has extensive knowledge and experience in strategic transport planning, concept planning and design, business case development and community engagement in transport planning matters.
Morning session 10.30am-12.30pm Lunch 12.30-1.30pm Afternoon session 1.30 - 3.30pm
Cost: $20 for single session or $30 for full day (2 sessions), single session prices include lunch. There are limited seats available so EXTENDED RSVP by 20 October, 2015 register here.
For Additional Information: Contact Kathryn Warhurst, Joinery Coordinator Kathryn.email@example.com 0457 720 281
This event is supported by the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.
111 Franklin St
Adelaide , South Australia 5000
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