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VTA opens registrations for State Conference 2024

The VTA is inviting transport industry workers and members to attend the State Conference 2024 across the middle of March.
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The Victorian Transport Association has announced that it is now accepting registrations for its upcoming State Conference 2024, set to be held from Sunday, March 17 to Tuesday March 19. The event will be held at the Silverwater Resort in San Remo, Victoria.

VTA CEO Peter Anderson explains the theme of this year’s conference.

“The State Conference is the VTA’s premier professional development event, and I invite members, associate members, and other industry stakeholders to join us for three days of learning, networking and social engagement with fellow members, operators, and suppliers,” he says.

“The theme of our Conference this year is Future Freight Landscapes. Technology, artificial intelligence, and cyber-security are just a handful of issues that are upending economies, communities, and industries as we know it. And the transport industry isn’t exempt.

“We invite you to explore what you don’t know but should know about transport, with the VTA assembling experts from industry, regulators, academia, and government, to challenge our thinking and inform our discussions.”

The Conference will be made up of a variety of formal sessions along with networking and hospitality sessions, giving the chance for the industry to come together.

There will also be a trade exhibition held during the three days to show off new products and innovations from several industry suppliers.

“I look forward to sharing our provisional program over the coming weeks; delegates can be assured the calibre of presenters will be exceptional, in keeping with our reputation for providing a relevant, timely and content-rich State Conference,” Anderson says.

For any questions or queries about registration, please contact VTA Membership Services Coordinator Armielyn Porsovigan on 03 9646 8590 or

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