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NSW Transport Infrastructure Summit
Sydney, Australia - 1st & 2nd November 2007
Conference / congress

$5.8 billion will be spent on transport infrastructure in New South Wales over the next 4 years in a quest to reduce congestion, free bottlenecks and attract investment. However each state seems to be waking up simultaneously. With a booming national economy skills are tight, the private sector can be more select in the projects they target and competition with the other states is fierce.New South Wales has the biggest infrastructure plan, with expected spending of $50 billion over the next four years - 40 per cent of that will be borrowed. The NSW Transport Infrastructure Summit will bring together leaders and experts to assess the current state and future directions for NSW.

1st & 2nd November 2007

Sydney Marriott Hotel

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