Thursday 10th August 2017
8:45am – 4:30pm


Melbourne Town Hall


$595 (inc GST)


The Hon John Brumby AO
Professorial Fellow,
University of Melbourne and
Monash University

Professor Michiel Bliemer
Professor of Transport
Planning and Modelling
University of Sydney

Professor Bert van Wee
Professor of Transport Policy, Delft University
of Technology, The Netherlands

Dr Elizabeth Taylor
Research Fellow, RMIT University

Dr Elliot Fishman
Director, Institute for Sensible Transport

Professor Ian Harper
Reserve Bank Board Member and Senior Advisor
to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Professor Graham Currie
Professor of Public Transport,
Monash University

Marion Terrill
Transport Program
Grattan Institute

Alyssa Serafim
Principal Infrastructure
Infrastructure Victoria


  • Electric vehicles: the consequences
    on fuel excise revenue
  • Road user pricing in the digital age:
    Using technology to provide the right
    pricing signals to manage road use
  • The human response: How road
    user pricing is likely to impact on
    transport behaviour
  • The politics of road user pricing
  • Emerging transport challenges in a
    growing Melbourne
  • The impact of shared transport on local government
    car parking revenue and strategies to mitigate the
    budgetary consequences
  • Mechanisms for enhancing the
    productivity of our cities through
    transport innovation and policy
  • Disruptive transport technology,
    driverless cars and the implications
    for government
  • Local government’s role and
    the opportunity presented by
    disruptive transport technology
    and road user pricing
  • Congestion charging: practice and