Getting Melbourne Moving, Road, Rail, Sea And Air

Getting Melbourne Moving, Road, Rail, Sea and Air panel will discuss how, if we are to lift our national economic performance to a globally competitive level and sustain our standard of living, it is vital that our leaders champion the productivity conversation. A better connected Melbourne with established efficiencies in transport, freight and facilities is a priority for trade productivity and to the future development of Melbourne. How can Melbourne provide and build on an already existing transport system to support economic development via airport, seaport and rail? Panellists - Mr Peter Harris, Chairman, Productivity Commission - Mr Chris Woodruff, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Airport - Dr Tony Morton, President, Public Transport Users Association
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Time & Date

Thursday, 19 February 2015, 12:00 PM - Thursday, 19 February 2015, 02:00 PM


Ashurst: Level 26
181 William Street

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AUD $200-300