VIC/TAS Chapter Event: Rail Industry Networking Dinner (Rescheduled to Aug. 4)
August 4 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEST
The Railway Technical Society of Australasia (RTSA) cordially invites you to the return of our railway industry networking dinner in 2021.
We will be joined by keynote speaker Mr Frankie Carroll, Chief Executive Officer, Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA), who took up the position on 27 January 2021.
For the first time in public, Mr Carroll will discuss the Suburban Rail Loop project and its future. The Suburban Rail Loop is a city-shaping project that will transform Victoria’s public transport system, revitalise Melbourne’s middle suburbs, and create a long pipeline of jobs.
The evening will include a seated dinner, drinks package, and presentations, accompanied by unrivalled opportunities for networking with industry leaders and key decision-makers.
We are pleased to offer special pricing exclusive to members of the RTSA.
COVID-19 note: Should additional government restrictions affect the successful running of the event, the dinner will be postponed to a suitable later date. Additional mandated restrictions to venue capacity may result in some cancellations and refunds to selected attendees, processed in the reverse order of the original bookings.
Chief Executive Officer, Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA)
Mr Frankie Carroll is a highly experienced and respected senior executive with 30 years’ experience in both the private and public sectors.
He joined SRLA in January 2021 from the Queensland Public Service where he recently served as Under Treasurer, leading the Queensland Treasury.
As Director-General of Queensland’s Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, Mr Carroll was responsible for the delivery of planning reforms and infrastructure across Queensland. Formerly CEO of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority, he oversaw a massive program of reconstruction works to rebuild Queensland after the impacts of cyclone and flood disasters.
Mr Carroll also has a deep understanding of city-shaping rail infrastructure, having held roles as Chair and Director of Brisbane’s Cross River Rail Delivery Authority.
Prior to joining the Queensland Government, he had an extensive career in the financial services sector internationally and across Australia.