10-14 October 2016 | MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA

Managing Traffic in an Airport Environment

Organisation: Melbourne Airport

Congress Theme:
Vehicle and Network Safety

Category most closely aligns with:
Ports – Air and Sea

With almost 33 million passengers a year, Melbourne Airport is the gateway for international and domestic air travel for Victoria and South East Australia and is Australia’s second busiest passenger airport and leading air freight exporter. In order to meet the growing demand for air travel, AU$10 billion will be invested over the next 20 years to expand and enhance the airport’s infrastructure. Melbourne Airport owns, maintains, and operates 32 km of road network, accessing two key freeways for the Melbourne Region, in addition to operating 24,000 car parks. The ITS infrastructure and deployment at the airport is the solution to ensure the road network operates efficiently for over 65,000 vehicles accessing the various passenger and freight cargo terminals each day, providing a key priority for the Parking and Ground Transport team. This tour will provide participants with a site tour of recent infrastructure developments at Melbourne Airport and discuss ways in which Melbourne Airport are exploring the use of ITS solutions to improve the traffic flow within the airport environment.

Thursday 13 October 2016: 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Cost: AU$50 incl GST



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