Sydney Transport Expo

23 Nov 2021 - 24 Nov 2021

Sydney Transport Expo
View event site Location: Halls 1-4, International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 200 Organiser: Oliver Kinross Organiser Website: Organiser phone: +61 (0) 2 800 67557 Organiser email: [email protected]

Sydney Transport Expo 2021, co-hosted with the Sydney Build Expo, Australia’s Construction Infrastructure & Transport Show, takes place on 23–24 November 2021.

Moving to the ICC Sydney in 2021, the premier exhibition venue in Australia, Sydney Transport will feature over 500 exhibitors, 300 speakers and business networking opportunities.

Sydney is experiencing population growth, as a result, the city has had no choice to but to invest in the largest transport infrastructure programme Australia has ever seen. Over $50 billion is being invested in major road, metro and rail projects that will shape the future of Sydney for generations to come.

Sydney Transport Expo is the first large-scale event in NSW of its kind to unite all the key players and stakeholders in the public transport and roads industries in NSW. These events can be attended with just one ticket, combined they will create the leading public transport, infrastructure & construction show for Australia.

Keep up to date with all recent project announcements, spending updates and new technology releases around transport planning in NSW. Meet and network with industry professionals at Australia’s construction, architecture and infrastructure event!

Each ticket to Sydney Transport Expo gives access to the Sydney Transport and Sydney Build Exhibitions.

Register now.

Key topics include: Spending – analysis and announcements, Government Tenders & New Projects, Federal & NSW State Policy, Public Transport Congestion Management & Fleet Management, Roads, Motorways & Freeways: Upgrades, Investment and Construction, City Planning – Building Cities of the Future, Parking – Facilities, Technology, Automation, Sydney Metro, Light Rail, Rail Infrastructure.

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