RTSA Vic/Tas Chapter Event (Webinar) – Suburban Rail Loop
December 10 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+10
Announced by the Victorian Government in 2018, Suburban Rail Loop is a 90 kilometre orbital rail loop linking every major rail line from Cheltenham to Werribee, via the airport, and connecting major education, health and employment precincts in Melbourne’s middle suburbs. This city and state-shaping project will transform how people move around Melbourne, create thousands of jobs and will support the future liveability of Melbourne as a city of more than 8 million people.
Over the past 18 months, Suburban Rail Loop Authority has made significant progress in the planning and design of Stage One from Cheltenham to Box Hill – with early construction expected to start in 2022.
This is an opportunity to hear from representatives of Suburban Rail Loop Authority working on the development of the biggest rail infrastructure project in Victoria’s history.
Nicole Stoddart FIEAust CPEng NER Eng Exec FICE CB-U GAICD: Executive General Manager Rail & Infrastructure, Suburban Rail Loop Authority
Nicole is the Executive General Manager, Rail and Infrastructure for the Suburban Rail Loop Authority, and is focused on delivering integrated transport solutions for all precincts from Cheltenham to the Airport.
Nicole is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Building Practitioner (Commercial Unlimited) with 25 years’ experience in the engineering and construction industry across multiple sectors and geographies.
Alison Karmelich: Director Communications & Engagement, Suburban Rail Loop Authority
Alison is the Director Communications and Stakeholder Engagement for Suburban Rail Loop Authority, and is keen to ensure Victorians are informed about the project and get their chance to have their say on this city and state-shaping project.
Alison is a skilled communications and engagement professional, with experience working across both government and the private sector. Alison has worked on other large infrastructure projects including the Metro Tunnel Project and level crossing removals.
(Note: This even is co-hosted with EA’s Civil College)
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