One virtual ticket permits one view
only. The link to access will be sent by email to registered attendees
within 24 hours to the virtual event commencing. This link
is not to be distributed - access by unregistered viewers may result in
additional registration changes. Thank you for your cooperation.
Transport is an integral part of city shaping. From
Sydney to London, the reputations of global cities can rise and fall on the
quality of their transport networks, and how well they are integrated and
coordinated. A transport network is a city’s cardiovascular system enabling the
continuous flow of people and goods through its arteries. Governments, urban
planners and transport-infrastructure owners are increasingly aware that
transport quality is crucial for the economy, particularly as we plan for a post-COVID
Graeme Craig is
responsible for Transport for London’s 5,500 acres of operational land, over 30
offices buildings across London. The commercial property function of Transport
for London is delivering an initial programme of 10,000 homes across more than
50 sites, developing over two million square feet of commercial offices across
seven sites and TfL has over 2,000 commercial tenants.
Rob Sharp Secretary of Transport for NSW, is leading
the delivery of a once-in-a-generation, $72 billion transport services and infrastructure
program across NSW over four years - with a renewed focus on technology.
This is in addition to running essential daily transport services and
operations to connect people right across NSW. Rob leads more than 25,000
people dedicated to making NSW a better place to live, work and visit by
connecting people and communities.
Join us for this virtual event where you will
provide an insight into the inner workings of Transport for London and the
commercial development projects and the roll out of major transport projects in
NSW including COVID related challenges for both commuters, develop teams and
the opportunities that lie ahead for the property industry.
Your safety is our priority