By Road, Rail, Sea or Air: Investing in SEQ’s connectivity
South-East Queensland is coming of age. Connectivity by road, rail, sea and air are paving the way for growth and positioning SEQ as a world leading region.
Along with major investments already in train, gamechangers like the 2032 Olympics provide a platform to leverage existing infrastructure and turbocharge the region’s connectivity.
But it’s not just about connecting commuters to their place of work, and it’s not just about moving freight around the country. COVID has reinforced the importance of multi-modal transport, and our economy and growth rely on its efficiency.
Join us for a conversation across each of the transport sectors as we take a closer look at how doubling down on infrastructure investment will translate into opportunities for the property industry.
Jen Williams, QLD Executive Director - Property Council of Australia
Romilly Madew AO, CEO - Infrastructure Australia
Rebecca Pickering, Interim Chief Executive - Inland Rail
David Kier, Chief Development Officer - Port of Brisbane
Sue Johnson, Group Executive Queensland - Transurban
Denis Wagner, Chairman of Wagners and Director - Wagner Corporation