Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 18, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Jointly organised with International Road Federation, marcus evans proudly presents 4th Annual Roads & Highways conference happening from 19th to 21st April 2018 at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore.
The conference aiming to provide a better understanding of the challenges, opportunities and risks related to infrastructure investment, how to integrate technical knowledge for the effective implementation and execution large scale projects.
One of the speakers at the event shared insights on introducing improved safety and more efficient transportation for greater productivity.
“Many countries are targeting towards Zero Fatalities as an end objective, with improvements in road network efficiency through less disruption and less time lost to road accidents,” said Colin Henson Project Development and Planning Lead SMEC, Australia.
Colin will be speaking on “Designing Effective Road Networks to Accommodate the Burgeoning Traffic Conditions,” on Day 2 of the conference happening in Singapore.
Featuring keynote presentations and discussions by John Endicott Executive Director AECOM, Singapore; Frederic Blanc-Brude Member – Advisory Council; World Bank Global Infrastructure Facility, Singapore; Atlas Fung Senior Manager ATKINS ACUITY, Singapore; Oliver Redrup Director PWC, Singapore; Qamar Wan Noor Chief Operating Officer Land Public Transport Commission (S.P.A.D.), Malaysia; Kiran Kapila Chairman International Road Federation, Switzerland; Dr. Siti Zaharah Ishak Acting Director-General MIROS, Malaysia; Dr. Siriphan Jitprasithsiri Director – International Highways Development Division Department Of Highways, Thailand; Zarith Sofia Magad Senior Transport Engineer Mott Macdonald, Singapore; Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui Secretary – Planning, Development and Reform China Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Alberto Germani Director, PMF Project Management and Finance shared that, “In the conference we’ll examine how improving safety is substantial part of a good road management and can maximize returns for operators.”
Alberto will be conducting a post conference workshop on Project Finance and Public Private Partnerships (PPP) on the third day of the conference.
One of the key highlights of the conference will be exclusive site tour to Intelligent Transport System Centre (ITSC), Land Transport Authority Singapore along with interactive panel discussions and innovative brainstorm sessions.
The annual large scale conference is proudly supported by Malaysian Institute of Transport (MITRANS).