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We've included events from the last three years. If you’re looking for a presentation from a previous Transport Knowledge Conference email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Transport Knowledge Hub hosted the eighth Transport Knowledge Conference that was held on Thursday 8 December 2022 at Victoria University of Wellington.
The 2020 Transport Research Colloquium was held online on Thursday 26 November 2020.
The 6thTransport Knowledge Conference was held in Wellington on 5 December 2019.
The conference aimed to promote the use of evidence in decision-making. It brought together the transport research, data and evaluation community with government officials and policy teams from the across the wider transport sector.
The theme was ‘Transport’s contribution to wellbeing and liveability’.
The purpose of the Transport Research Colloquium is to connect research and policy communities by providing an opportunity to meet and share insights on transport topics of contemporary importance to New Zealand.
The 5th Transport Knowledge Conference was held at Rydges Wellington on 15 November 2018.
The theme was ‘Understanding and delivering transport outcomes’.
The Ministry of Transport and the Transport Knowledge Hub held the 1st Transport Research Colloquium in Wellington on 14 November. The purpose of the Transport Research Colloquium is to connect research and policy communities by providing an opportunity to meet and share insights on transport topics of contemporary importance to New Zealand.
Below are other transport-related conference that you may be interested in.
The New Zealand Local Authority Traffic Institute (TRAFINZ) represents local authority views on road safety and traffic management in New Zealand.
It organises an annual conference to gather TRAFINZ members and interested parties to discuss a range of transport issues and policies.
The NZMUGS (NZ Modelling User Group) Conference provides a great opportunity for researchers, engineers, modellers and other practitioners in the transport modelling fraternity to discuss current developments across a wide range of modelling applications.
T-Tech is an essential learning and networking opportunity for transport professionals, researchers, local and central government policy and agency teams, urban planning and property developers and freight and mobility providers. It is coordinated by Intelligent Transport Systems New Zealand.
The Australasian Road Safety Conference merged the annual Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education (ARSRPE) Conference and the annual Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) Conference.
The ATRF is the principal transport research conference in Australia and New Zealand. It brings together transport researchers, policymakers, advisors and practitioners from a range of disciplines to share and build upon the latest research and thinking. The conference is held in a different location each year.
The International Transport Forum (ITF) at the OECD is an intergovernmental organisation with 59 member countries. It acts as a think tank for transport policy and organises the annual summit of transport ministers.
The ITF organises global dialogue for better transport and acts as a platform for discussion and pre-negotiation of policy issues across all transport modes. ITF analyses trends, shares knowledge and promotes exchange among transport decision-makers and civil society, via a range of roundtable events and working group meetings.
The ITF’s annual summit is the world’s largest gathering of transport ministers and the leading global platform for dialogue on transport policy.