The National Transport Research Centre, where this event will be held, is the home of the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB).
We are Australia's National Transport Research Organisation - Australia’s source of independent, expert transport knowledge and research.
The National Transport Research Centre in Port Melbourne's Fishermans Bend precinct houses the leading transport research labs in the Southern Hemisphere. Our facility makes learning easy, with a spacious auditorium area, and multiple breakout rooms, and the latest technology.
Plenty of on-site car parking is available for Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021 attendees.
As well as providing world-class learnings for the roads and transport industry, ARRB works at the coalface of the mobility industry. We advise key decision-makers within all levels of government, road agencies, and the private sector, on our nation’s most important transport challenges and how to solve them.
We also produce standards, guides, and specifications for Australia’s road, transport and mobility industry.
ARRB's Best Practice Guides for unsealed roads, sealed roads, road materials and bridge management are world-renowned and an important national resource.
When you attend Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021, you'll learn from, and with, the best in the business!
The event will be held at the National Transport Research Centre in Port Melbourne's Fishermans Bend precinct, just 4km from Melbourne's CBD. It is the Southern Hemisphere's centre of roads, transport and mobility research excellence.
80a Turner St.
Port Melbourne, VIC 3207
HOW TO GET HERE
Melbourne Airport is a 25 minute drive (26.2 km) drive away from Port Melbourne. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and shuttle buses.
Our venue at 80A Turner St, Port Melbourne is 4km west of the Melbourne CBD. It is located within easy reach of the West Gate Freeway (Todd Rd exit) and Tullamarine Freeway via the Bolte Bridge.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Buses run from Southern Cross Station to Fishermans Bend, where the venue is located, at regular intervals. Check the PTV App for journey planning.
Conveniently located on-site, ARRB offers free parking to all delegates during Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021. You may park in any space labelled Visitor or ARRB. However, please note parking is limited.
We are partnering with the spectacular Quest NewQuay to bring you premium accommodation that is conveniently located close to our conference location and Melbourne CBD.
Download the Quest brochure below to avail of special discounted rates.
26 Caravel Lane, Docklands VIC 3008
Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia with a population of nearly 5 million. Melbourne sits on the Yarra River and around the shores of Port Phillip Bay. Lauded for its sense of style and elegance, Melbourne boasts glamorous festivals and events, Australia's best shopping, a lively passion for eating and drinking, a flourishing interest in the arts and a love of sport and sporting events.