Events

The last of three 2015 Bike Futures conferences is being held in Launceston, Tasmania. This will be the inaugural Bike Futures Tourism conference, and will take place over three days from 11 to 13 November. Visit the Bike Futures website for more information.

As a result of significant funding announced for the Urban Cycleways Programme, the New Zealand transportation industry must respond to an increased emphasis on delivering cycling projects. ViaStrada and the Transport Agency are working together to deliver a series of one-day seminars giving an overview of the current context of cycle programming in New Zealand.

As a result of significant funding announced for the Urban Cycleways Programme, the New Zealand transportation industry must respond to an increased emphasis on delivering cycling projects. ViaStrada and the Transport Agency are working together to deliver a series of one-day seminars giving an overview of the current context of cycle programming in New Zealand.

The Signals New Zealand User Group is holding its 2015 conference in Wellington, on 29 and 30 October.

The second of three 2015 Bike Futures Conference is being held in Melbourne from 19 to 21 October. The theme is "Overcoming Obstacles" and more information can be found on the Bike Futures website.

The New Zealand Modelling User Group Conference will be held at the Mercure Hotel, Auckland, on 10th and 11th September 2015. Registration for the conference is available through the IPENZ website.

On Wednesday 9th September (the day before the NZMUGS conference) SIDRA SOLUTIONS are holding a half-day SIDRA Software Presentation, at the Mercure Hotel, Auckland. The presentation will cover recent developments in SIDRA INTERSECTION.

The Trafinz 2015 Conference will be held in Dunedin, from 12 to 14 August. More details, as they become available, will be posted on the conference website.

The first of three 2015 Bike Futures conferences will be held in Sydney from 11 to 13 August. The theme is "Connecting Australia's Next Great Cities". More information can be found on the Bike Futures website.