RA and Infrastructure Victoria Transport Network Pricing Webinar
24/04/2020 14:00 to 24/04/2020 15:00
Venue: via Zoom
Last month Infrastructure Victoria (IV) released a new discussion paper, Good Move: Fixing Transport Congestion, advocating a comprehensive change to the pricing of our transport system.
Michel Masson, CEO, IV will introduce Jonathan Spear, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, IV to present the key findings from the paper, and lead a discussion on how the current COVID-19 crisis might impact on the updated 30-Year Infrastructure Strategy due out in the middle of next year.
Jonathan will be joined in the discussion by:
- Moses Lee, Manager, Economics and Modelling, IV
- Our moderator, Clare Gardiner-Barnes, Board Member and Transport Reform Policy Stream Chair, Roads Australia and Head of Strategy, Planning and Innovation, Infrastructure NSW.
We also want to hear the views of our webinar participants, so we'll be incorporating an interactive Q&A following the formal presentations.
With Infrastructure Victoria keen to further develop its recommendations on transport network pricing, this webinar is a great opportunity to contribute to the 'ground floor' debate.
CLICK HERE to view the Infrastructure Victoria Presentation
Date: Friday 24 April
Time: 2pm - 3pm
ZOOM: The Zoom link will be sent to you when you have registered your interest
This event is complimentary to RA members, however limited to a maximum of 100 participants.
A limit of 2 participants per RA member company applies.
$99 (inc GST) for non RA members (email email@example.com) for interest
Michel Masson, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Victoria
Michel is Chief Executive Officer at Infrastructure Victoria, an independent body responsible for delivering Victoria’s first ever 30-year infrastructure strategy.
Michel started his career at Deloitte before joining the Bollore Group where he held various senior finance positions in the transport and logistics division in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. In 2005 he joined Keolis as head of Finance and Operations for the International Division where he was responsible for leading public transport operations in seven countries and held various non-executive director positions in UK and German rail franchises.
Michel was appointed CEO of Yarra Trams in 2009 and helped lead the development of Keolis Downer throughout Australia, before joining the Calibre group in 2014 to create and lead its Transport Infrastructure business.
Michel is a graduate from the EDHEC Business School in France, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He also completed the Advanced Management Program from the Harvard Business School.
In 2017, Michel was awarded an Honourary Doctorate in Technology from Swinburne University in recognition of his contribution to shaping infrastructure in Victoria.
Jonathan Spear, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, Infrastructure Victoria
Jonathan leads Infrastructure Victoria’s work on the 30-year infrastructure strategy, research program and providing independent advice to the Victorian Government.
In addition, he is General Counsel and responsible for Infrastructure Victoria’s project management functions. Before joining Infrastructure Victoria, Jonathan held senior leadership, policy, strategy and legal roles with the Department of Premier & Cabinet, Department of Justice, Victoria Police and Slater & Gordon Lawyers.
Moses Lee, Manager, Economics and Modelling, Infrastructure Victoria
Moses guides economic research on infrastructure program assessments and microeconomic reforms.
A large piece of work at Infrastructure Victoria is the 2020 30-year infrastructure strategy which Moses is leading a large program of work. This includes; assessing the strategic merits of city-shaping projects across Victoria; identifying infrastructure priorities to strengthen and support regional Victoria’s comparative advantage and disadvantaged communities; as well as work on microeconomic reforms such as Transport Network Pricing.
Prior to working at Infrastructure Victoria, Moses has had significant experience in policy-making at a national level where he advised on social and economic policy. He has provided advice on developmental economics, labour market economics, skills and education policies, trade and investments as well as developing regional economies.
Clare Gardiner-Barnes, Head of Strategy, Planning and Innovation, Infrastructure NSW
Clare Gardiner-Barnes is the Head of Strategy, Planning and Innovation at Infrastructure NSW. In her role Clare is responsible for the 20-year State Infrastructure Strategy, development of 5-year Infrastructure plans, provides independent advice to government on strategic infrastructure issues and opportunities.
As a board member of the NSW Telco Authority and Roads Australia, Clare is committed to working with industry and across government to support the adoption of new infrastructure technology. Before taking on infrastructure leadership roles Clare worked in in various executive positions in education and was the Chief Executive of the Department of Children and Families in the Northern Territory. Clare is an advocate for women in leadership and workforce flexibility.
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