Registrations are now open for ALGA’s 2023 National Local Roads, Transport and Infrastructure Congress in Canberra from 6-7 September.
This year’s Congress, with a broader focus on infrastructure, will be held in the Kambri Precinct at the Australian National University.
With a theme of Building Communities that are Safer, Stronger, Smarter, the Congress provides an opportunity to hear from industry leaders, researchers, councils, politicians and federal departments about the latest developments and opportunities in the roads, transport and infrastructure area.
The wider the focus of this year’s Congress will include sessions on waste and recycling, disaster mitigation, renewable energy, active transport, and using artificial intelligence to improve local liveability.
The event will also cover road funding, heavy vehicle access reforms, road safety and other issues relevant to the 650,000 km of local roads we collectively manage.
To find out more, view an outline of this year’s program, and register to attend visit www.roadscongress.com.au.