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Short Course: Travel Planning

Central Station

Travel Plans are site-specific transport strategies that aim to increase opportunities for using active transport (walking and cycling), public transport and innovative approaches to car travel such as car share and car-pooling. Travel Plans provide an administrative platform for greater coordination between property managers, users and public transport service providers.

Because Travel Plans become part of the administrative procedures of organisations, a wide range of administrative and organisational options can be leveraged that are often overlooked in other transport planning approaches.

This program is particularly useful for:

  • Local Council Officers responsible for regulating local transport and access requirements.
  • State and Federal Government transport professionals responsible for transport policy.
  • Sustainability Officers responsible for improving organisational sustainability.
  • Property Developers & Managers looking for ways to improve the sustainability and cost effectiveness of new developments.
  • Transport Consultants wanting to broaden client services.
  • Travel Managers responsible for managing organisational transport and site access.

Program topics include:

  • Travel Plan Methodology
  • Travel Behaviour Change strategies
  • Sustainable Transport Principles
  • Effective communication with decision-makers in business and government
  • Regulatory frameworks for Travel Plans
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Applying Travel Plans to different sites (eg. workplace and mixed-use residential precincts)
  • Promoting Travel Plan initiatives.

Course outcomes:

This two-day course enables participants to learn-by-doing through a series of interactive exercises that provide instruction on applying the Travel Plan methodology to a range of different sites (workplace and mixed-use residential). It provides insights and approaches to effective communication with key decision-makers, specifying Travel Plans as part of the regulatory requirements for development consent and on-going management, monitoring and evaluation.

To find out more about the course outcomes, view the course outline here.

About the presenters:

Dr Michelle Zeibots MPIA CMILTA, is a Transport Planner, specialising in sustainable urban passenger transport and travel behaviour change in response to changes in supply conditions.

Nicola Ison is an Environmental Engineer specialising in systems based approaches to problem solving, facilitation and development of learning systems.

When

28 - 29 August 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Where

City - BroadwayCB10 Building 10

Building 10, Level 7, Room 102

Cost

$1,500. Please note that various discounts apply for full time students, alumni, interstate and international participants, and early bird participants. For more details, click the full description of the short course below.

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Contact

+61 (02) 9514 4900