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Luke Donnellan headlines VTA Ministerial Breakfast

The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has confirmed that Victorian Minister for Roads, Road Safety and Ports, the Hon Luke Donnellan MP, will speak at the 2017 VTA Ministerial Breakfast, on Wednesday, 23 March.

“Now entering its third year, the association’s Ministerial Breakfast is always a fantastic, insightful morning for our members and their guests, and a real opportunity for them to hear from - and engage with – the policy makers themselves, on the issues that affect them,” said VTA Chief Executive, Peter Anderson.

“The VTA is thrilled that Minister Donnellan has once again accepted our invitation to attend this important event and update our industry on the Victorian Government’s ambitious infrastructure program.

“The Minister’s address comes at a poignant time for transport operators, with issues around traffic congestion, tolls and infrastructure projects not just impacting our industry, but also dominating the headlines.

"With the Andrews Government’s recent commitment to the North East Link, as well as a number of other infrastructure projects that will boost the productivity of Victorian freight operators, we look forward to an update from the Minister on the government’s future plans. The morning will also offer our members a forum for voicing any queries or concerns directly to the key minister himself.”

This year’s Ministerial Breakfast, sponsored by Zurich Australia and sgfleet, will be held from 7-9am in the Jim Stynes Room of the MCG on Wednesday, 23 March.

According to the VTA, tickets are $125 plus GST for VTA Members and $150 plus GST for non-members.

For more details visit the VTA website.

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