The road transport’s big trade show returns

The National Roads & Traffic Expo 2022 will be held on May 18-19 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. Here’s a look at what to expect.

In light of recent news from Infrastructure Australia calling for a more productive, innovative and sustainable infrastructure sector to change the way projects are planned and delivered, now is an opportune time for the National Roads & Traffic Expo to take place.

With infrastructure investments at record levels across Australia, demonstrated by the Australian Government’s historic $120 billion infrastructure commitment, the National Roads & Traffic Expo presents one of the biggest opportunities in the country.

The free trade show and seminar sessions unite road agencies, operators, industry leaders and innovators, providing these key organisations a platform to meet, network and engage.

Market leaders and experts from across the country will attend to do business and get up-to-speed with the latest developments in infrastructure, traffic management, smart mobility, parking, safety and active transport.

The show’s main mission is to future-proof infrastructure, link rural and urban areas, ease traffic congestion and improve road safety and efficiency. In turn, this will facilitate business opportunities, create jobs, and enable connected and autonomous vehicles.

Expo highlights

With more than 200 exhibitors lined up, the event features 10,000 square metres of exhibition space for new product launches and live demonstrations. Attendees can walk the Expo floor and explore the latest products, services and technologies from companies such as Here Technologies, Innov8 Equipment, Intelematics, SenSen Networks, Anditi, Asset Vision, Hyperion Technology, Komatsu, Nozomi, Smarter City Solutions, TomTom Global Content, Quality Fabrication & Engineering and TMA, Ouster, Staffd, Metromap, Redfleet, Ingal Civil Products, Invision, OPT Traffix, Ramset, Park Agility and Saferoads.

Speaker highlights

Hear from over 100 experts in leading institutions such as NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Transport for NSW, Australian Flexible Pavement Association, Australian Road Research Board, Infrastructure Victoria, Department of Transport Victoria, Business NSW and Civil Contractors Federation discussing stimulating topics such as:

  1. Enabling shared streets: Lessons from DPIE programs – Caroline Butler-Bowdon, Executive Director Public Spaces and Bec Mouy, Senior Manager Public Spaces, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
  2. The path “towards zero”: Can technology get us there? – Bernard Carlon, Executive Director, Centre for Road Safety, Transport for NSW
  3. GIS analytics to enhance and support active transport planning – Sandeep Mathur, Transport for NSW
  4. Urban design approach to creation of high quality roads and successful places – Gareth Collins, Director Centre for Urban Design (roads and waterways), Transport for NSW
  5. Regional growth’s affect on infrastructure – Jane Laverty, Regional Manager, Business NSW
  6. The future Australian transport and mobility environment – Dr Charles Karl, Chief Technology leader, Australian Road Research Board
  7. Diversity in the roads construction industry – David Castledine, CEO, Civil Contractors Federation; Katriina Tahka, Co-Chief Executive Officer, A Human Agency and Lise Sperling, Executive Director NSW/ACT, Australian Flexible Pavement Association
  8. Western Sydney International Airport: Australia’s new digitally enabled global gateway – Tom McCormack, Chief Technology Officer, Western Sydney Airport
  9. Infrastructure Victoria’s 30-year Infrastructure Strategy – Dr. Jonathan Spear, Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Victoria
  10. Proposed Blue Mountains Tunnel – David Levinson, Professor of Transport Engineering, University of Sydney and Ian Mond, Leader – Heavy Vehicle Networks, Department of Transport Victoria
  11. A crucial time for the roads sector Paul Robinson, General Manager, Roadmarking Industry Association of Australia
  12. Australia’s new national road safety strategy in the context of the global plan of action Ingrid Johnston, Chief Executive Officer, Australasian College of Road Safety
  13. ABAB: Improved Productivity and Asset Outcomes through BIM Richard Choy, Executive Committee Member, Australasian BIM Advisory Board ABAB
  14. Infrastructure investment and capacity constraints Catherine Birch, Senior Economist, ANZ Research
  15. Construction of the future Andrew T Harris, Director, Technical Futures and Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O’Rourke
  16. Delivering seamless customer journeys with On Demand transport and MaaS Joanne Murray, Head of New Mobility, Keolis Downer.


Innovation and start-ups

Roads & Traffic Expo is calling on all road transportation and infrastructure innovators to apply for a Start-Up pod and share their innovations at the Innovation & Start-Up Zone.

Want to attend the National Roads & Traffic Expo?

Don’t miss this opportunity to access the free educational seminars running over two days and your chance to see live demos of technology and equipment. Registration to attend is free.

To register, visit:

Want to get involved? If your company provides solutions to the Road, Traffic and Infrastructure sector, get in contact with National Roads & Traffic team on 02 7208 8171 or click here to talk to the team for more information.



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