ITE means different things, to different members, at different times. As Laura Aston has just discovered, ITE also means something very different depending on whether you live in North America, or not.
Are you a student, curious about where a career in transport can take you? Or a professional with insights that could shape future leaders in transport? ITE-ANZ invites you to participate in the first Australian Transport Student Leadership Summit.
Students, academics and transport professionals came together on May 16 at the University of Sydney, for an event that marks a renewal of the ITE’s activities in Sydney.
The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has released this media statement.
“This budget will again see a decline in the proportion of federal motoring taxes being re-invested into land transport infrastructure, with only limited new commitments to infrastructure beyond projects already announced.” …
The Victorian government has announced the route for the North East Link in Melbourne. This road and tunnel will connect the Metropolitan Ring Road to the Eastern Freeway. ITEANZ is advocating for consideration of active transport facilities as part of the project or, indeed, ahead of the project.