Meet The Minister The Hon. Ben Carroll MP

Please note this is a Committee for Melbourne member-only event.

The Committee and Fitzroys are delighted to invite you to our member exclusive event with The Honorable Ben Carroll MP.

 

Where: Fitzroys, Level 27, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne
When: Tuesday, 20 July  | 11.45am arrival for a 12.00pm – 2.00pm event

Having assumed the Public Transport portfolio, along with Roads and Road Safety, Minister Carroll will outline how the Victorian Government intends to shape Melbourne’s transport network in a period of constant flux.

The advent of electric vehicles and disruptive digital technologies, including the Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and drones, are set to enhance the transport network and revolutionize how Melbourne functions.

In line with the Committee’s agenda, members will gain a glimpse into the future of our city’s transport system with Minister Carroll addressing:

  • The changing nature of public and private transport and its implications for Melbourne.
  • How the Victorian Government is forming collaborative partnerships to deploy new technologies.
  • Prospects for a comprehensive, integrated transport plan to provide clarity of direction.
  • The influence of sharing, electrification and automation on government planning.

Julien Dehornoy, CEO, Yarra Trams, Michel Masson, CEO, Infrastructure Victoria and Michael Ridler, Director, Fitzroys, will join the Minister for what promises to be a captivating panel discussion.

Limited seating is available so register today! A light lunch and refreshments will be provided.

For event enquiries please contact events@melbourne.org.au.

Kind regards,

Committee for Melbourne and Fitzroys

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