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Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021 will be held in Melbourne from Wednesday, November 17 to Friday, November 19 with the National Transport Research Awards and ARRB Gala Dinner to be held as the closing to the Symposium of the evening of the 19th.

 

The three-day symposium's theme is The Enablers to an Integrated Mobility Future.

 

Learn more about smart roads, driverless technology, connected and automated vehicles, alternative vehicle power sources, the future of road safety, and next generation infrastructure measurement from the foremost experts in the mobility field.

Because of the COVID-19 landscape in Victoria, only a limited amount of tickets will be sold for Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021.

 

Once they're gone, they're gone. You will need to be quick to guarantee yourself and your organisation a place at this must-attend event.

Take advantage of special early-bird pricing for Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021 now.

 

Tickets are on sale now at a discounted early-bird rate, so don't miss out!

SYMPOSIUM THEMES

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SMART ROADS

Roads are the mobility corridors of the future. How do we turn Australia's $300 billion road network into the future mobility corridors the
nation needs?  

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FUTURE ROAD SAFETY

Safety is paramount in enabling integrated mobility. Work is under way already to shape what safety will look like for all users of the new mobility corridors. Find out what this work is, and how it will guide us
Towards Zero.

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CONNECTED MOBILITY

Learn and explore the latest trends in connected and automated vehicles, and those using alternative energy sources such as hydrogen or electric power. Understand what has to happen on our road network to facilitate their safe, successful, mass introduction. 

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BUILD AND MAINTAIN

The cutting-edge tools developing the mobility corridors for Australia are here now. Learn about this infrastructure measurement equipment, see it and understand what these tools can bring to the road network you and your organisation are responsible for. 

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Local government engineers

  • State government engineers

  • Local government councillors

  • Council CEOs and infrastructure decision-makers

  • Engineering consultants

  • Road safety specialists

ABOUT ARRB

The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) is the National Transport Research Organisation.

We are the source of independent expert transport knowledge, advising key decision makers on our nation's most important challenges. We have earned a reputation for scientific integrity and are the leading providers of value-added applied research and technical services.

ARRB’s mission is firmly focused on creating knowledge for tomorrow's transport challenges and solutions for today.

We work with road agencies, all levels of government, academia, and companies in the private sector.

ARRB offers its world-class expertise and knowledge to upskill the roads and transport industry through its learning arm ARRB iMPACT, which is presenting Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021.

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REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

Register your interest for ARRB’s Integrated Mobility Impacts to stay up to date with the latest announcements, new speakers as they are added, and program updates.

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