The 2032 Games, the SEQ City Deal and a regional population growing to 5.9 million by 2050: now is the time to consider the region’s liveability aspirations and plan for and deliver a safe and efficient transport network for SEQ residents, visitors and industry. What will the transport and mobility needs of the community be in 2050, and what do we need to start now to be ready?
This Committee for Brisbane lunch event, which took place this Wednesday at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, included thought-provoking and insightful discussions about transport and mobility in and around SEQ. With a panel of four experts, and a keynote address from Geoff Brailey of McCrindle, guests had an opportunity to be part of an important discussion on the region’s future. UQ|UP was represented by:
- Dr Thomas Sigler
- Dr Dorina Pojani
- Ms Stephanie Wyeth
- Dr Frank Zou