Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2022
Time: 6pm - 7pm AEST
Place: Online, register to be sent your link
Cost: Free for AMCouncil members, otherwise $50
Earn: 1 CPD point
This presentation will outline how the NSW Transport cluster is aligning broader NSW Government policy for planning and design with its management of assets. It will cover an overview of the whole of Government NSW Movement and Place Framework and the Transport for NSW Standards Management Framework.
The NSW Movement and Place Framework brings together policy, strategic guidance and tools from across the NSW Government to help us better match the design, planning and operations of roads and streets with their functions. This requires us to take a multi-modal and multi-user view of our transport assets. The Transport for NSW Standards Management Framework brings together standards across all transport modes into a common framework to better manage assets throughout the asset lifecycle.
About the Speakers:
Ben Cebuliak, Manager Movement and Place, Transport for NSW
Ben Cebuliak is the Manager Movement and Place at Transport for NSW. Ben has been involved in the development of the NSW Movement and Place Framework since 2015 and has worked with transport professionals to implement the framework at all stages from strategic planning to operations. Ben has worked as a transport planner in the public, private and research sectors with all levels of government in Australia and Canada. Ben is also currently the acting chair of Walking and Cycling Australia and New Zealand (CWANZ).
Terry Niemeier, Director Standards Process Development & Publishing, Transport for NSW
Terry is the Director Standards Process Development & Publishing in the Asset Management team at Transport for NSW. Terry spent over 10 years in the electricity supply industry before joining Transport for NSW in 2019, holding various engineering, asset management and leadership roles. He has an MBA, as well as Bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Wollongong.