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Chairman's Breakfast: Road Pricing and Congestion Charging

  • 07 Aug 2017
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Cellar Room @ Sofitel, 21 Viaduct Harbour, Auckland 1010
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Chairman Patrick Brockie, on behalf of Infrastructure NZ, is delighted to host a private breakfast on Road Pricing and Congestion Charging.

International experts Dirk van Amelsfort, Gothenburg, Sweden, and Daniel Haufschild, Toronto, Canada will join us for breakfast to learn more about:

* The pace of change in road pricing technology

* The merits of GPS vs managed lanes

* The social and political risk of introducing road pricing and how it can best be managed, and 

* International best practice exemplars

Kindly hosted by WSP, this breakfast is strictly invitation only.

Our Speakers:


Dirk van Amelsfort
Senior Consultant Analysis & Strategy, WSP

Dirk van Amelsfort is based in Gothenburg, Sweden and has more than 15 years of experience in transport planning and urban mobility. He is currently working on projects to achieve behavioural change through positive incentives regarding the development of congestion charging policies in Gothenburg and Stockholm in Sweden, and Ho Chi Minh City and Beijing. Dirk also has extensive experience with traditional traffic planning including infrastructure investment appraisal and public transit network development and pricing strategies. In 2016, Dirk co-authored the WSP's global thought leadership pieces on Mobility.


Daniel Haufschild
Vice President Urban Mobility Transit Planning, WSP

Daniel Haufschild is based in Toronto, Canada and works closely with Government agencies to improve mobility and connectivity in cities. He is currently working with Metrolinx in Toronto on 'Alternative Futures' and scenario planning as tools to test the mobility of the regional transportation plan, policies and investment decisions. Daniel is also assisting Metrolinx with understanding station access design considerations in the context of new mobility. He has a robust understanding of transport planning as part of the broader cities development thinking. Last year Daniel authored a White Paper on New Mobility.


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