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TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS FORUM – JUNE 2005

Transport in a Networked City

The STC’s Transport Solutions Forums aim to build capacity and connections amongst local government, State Government agencies and community organisations seeking more sustainable transport solutions. As Perth grows over the next thirty years, transport will be a critical issue. The State Government’s Network City strategy aims to reduce car dependence and better link land use and transport. This forum at the City of Armadale in June 2005 was an opportunity to find out more about activity corridors and their role in Perth’s networked future

The documents from the first Forum on Managing Urban Traffic in July 2004 at the City of Melville are available on request. The second Transport Solutions Forum was held on Transit Oriented Development in November 2004 at the City of Cockburn.

Transport in a Networked City

As Perth grows over the next thirty years, transport will be a critical issue. The State Government’s Network City strategy aims to reduce car dependence and better link land use and transport. This forum was an opportunity to find out more about activity corridors and their role in Perth’s networked future

This third STC Transport Solutions Forum was held on Thursday June 23, 2005 at the City of Armadale.

To help promote the Network City concept in Perth contact the Sustainable Transport Coalition. Further Transport Solutions Forums are planned in 2005-06, email us to register your interest.

Presentations

The presentations from each of our speakers, because they are large Powerpoint downloads, are available on request. Please contact us using the contact form here

  • Freight Implications of Network CityMs Debra Goostrey, CEO of Transport Forum WA (7.2Mb)
  • Partnerships for Sustainable Communities by Mr Ray Haeren, Snr Associate Taylor Burrell Barnett (2Mb)
  • Network City and Perth’s Transport Future by Mr Steve Beyer, Program Leader Dept for Planning and Infrastructure (PDF 26Mb)
  • Planning Implications of Peak Oil by Mr Bruce Robinson, STC Committee (3.1Mb)
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