The world of transport is in transition and government agencies are adapting to a range of new technologies and consumer behaviours.
In these clips Jacinta Hargan, KPMG’s Transport Technology Lead for NSW, talked with Clare Gardiner-Barnes, Deputy Secretary, Freight, Strategy and Planning at Transport for NSW to find out how the agency is facing the future of transport and mobility.
“For many years public transport has been driven by time tabled services and regular routes – these days are gone. People expect a lot more from transport these days and for us to embrace the opportunities we need to think very differently.”
– Clare Gardiner-Barnes
Read more in our series on Australia's future transport and mobility.
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