Over the next 10 years, Australia plans to spend more than $120 billion on transport infrastructure, including the construction of new roads and tunnels, road upgrades, urban congestion-busting, implementation of automated and electric vehicles and more.
We have created Australia’s most important roads and traffic event. The National Roads and Traffic Expo is intentionally designed to inspire and encourage knowledge exchange and to showcase disruptive solution providers who promise world-class excellence and infrastructure delivery.
Like every industry, road design, construction and engineering are changing – our reliance on digital construction tools grows exponentially and so does our search for new and interesting materials. We’re embracing the connected, electric and autonomous, with a need for exciting infrastructure design and rapid decarbonisation too.
All this and more, is what’s driving the growth of this sector.
The National Roads & Traffic Expo is an event that unites all stakeholders – road operators and government, leaders who are planning, maintaining, developing, managing and future-proofing Australia’s road networks.
These key buyers attend to do business and get up-to-speed with developments in the fields of infrastructure, traffic management, smart mobility, urban transportation, parking and safety.
Every aspect of our event has been engineered to drive innovation, excellence and collaboration by combining a high-level multi-track conference together with a major services and supplier-led exhibition.
The National Roads & Traffic Expo’s success is built upon bringing together influencers and decision makers to identify how to deliver the roads infrastructure the country needs whilst achieving positive outcomes for the economy, society and the environment.
If you provide products, solutions or expert advice in any of these areas, don’t miss the opportunity to get involved. Our packages are tailored to your needs and guarantee you a curated audience. We look forward to working with you. Or if you simply wish to attend as a visitor to learn, do business and network,