The Commonwealth Games: Lessons and Learnings
Matthew Longland, Deputy Director-General and Head of TransLink, Department of Transport and Main Roads, QLD

The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games was the largest sporting event Australia has hosted in over a decade and required the provision of a safe, secure and reliable transport network for spectators and athletes. Matthew Longland (Deputy Director-General, Transport and Main Roads) will provide insight into the key strategies that were implemented to address the unique challenges faced by the department including operational planning for various venues across Queensland, integrated transport services, and real time network management. Matt will highlight the success stories, as well as some of the lessons learnt after delivering more than 5.3 million trips on public transport during the Games.

31 October – 2 November 2018
THE STAR GOLD COAST, QLD 4218

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