People, places and dynamic accessible stations

Ben Vardon

5 October 2012 - Aurecon’s Ben Vardon is speaking alongside a host of transport experts at the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management National Conference 2012, taking place in Sydney on 9-11 October.

Ben will talk about how the Corridor Access and Mobility Study (CAMS) done around the ‘game changing” public transport initiative -the Gold Coast Rapid Transit (GCRT)project - will contribute to the success of the stations and the overall project.

The Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management (AITPM) aims to advance traffic planning and management and acts as a forum for members to share and increase their knowledge, exchange research and ideas and provide a central point of reference for practitioners. Aurecon is proud to support AITPM as a National Sponsor.

Themed the Traffic and Transport Merry Go Round, this years’ conference will focus on long term transport planning for increases in travel demand and maintaining mobility expectations as urban densities increase in our cities, while facing the ever-present challenge of short-term political cycles at all levels of government.

Topic: Trams and CAMS – accessing the Gold Coast rapid transit
Presenter: Ben Vardon, Senior Transport Planner, Transport Services
Session 3b, Transport Planning
Date: 11 October 2012
Time: 9.00am – 10.15am

You can read the abstract of Ben’s presentation by clicking on the “Download Module” located on the right hand side of the page.

Aurecon offers expertise in transport planning, traffic engineering and modelling and as part of our HUB-id philosophy, our approach starts from the point of integration instead of the conventional approach of gathering a project-specific team with experts from different disciplines.

Read more about HUB-id.

If you would like to attend, please visit the conference website. If you are unable to attend, please visit Aurecon’s Transport page to find out more about our offerings.


Ben VardonAbout Ben Vardon
Ben is a Senior Transport Planner with more than 12 years’ experience in the public and private spheres. Ben has successfully led small projects and larger more complex projects in Australia and the UK, including design for transport modes such as public transport and cycling, road safety audits, traffic impact assessments and strategic bicycle planning. Ben currently leads Aurecon’s interest group forum for active transport.




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