High-profile guest speakers and experts will discuss the latest insights and innovations for roads and community infrastructure at ALGA’s 2023 National Local Roads, Transport & Infrastructure Congress from September 6-7 in Canberra.
We have just released the registration brochure for our popular annual event, which provides a detailed outline of the two-day program.
ALGA has assembled an impressive lineup of speakers for this year’s Congress, including Natasha Bradshaw from the Grattan Institute, who will share the preliminary findings of their research into road funding in Australia.
Associate Professor Ben Beck from Monash University will present the latest trends in active transport, and Dr Ian Faulks will share practical solutions for improving road safety on local roads.
Minister for Local Government the Hon Kristy McBain MP will also talk at the Congress Dinner on September 6, while Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Senator the Hon Bridget McKenzie will speak at the start of the second day.
We will hear from Simon Buxton from the Department of State Growth in Tasmania about the latest in automated heavy vehicle access, as well as from Government leaders, peak bodies, academics, and fellow councils.
This year’s Congress includes a broader focus on community infrastructure, encompassing renewable energy deployment and integration, innovations in active transport, waste and recycling, affordable housing and resilient telecommunications.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join mayors, shire presidents, CEOs, General Managers and local government leaders from around the nation at this year’s Congress.