Andrew Constance


2020-08-19T15:49:28+10:0018 July 2019|Categories: Andrew Constance, Paper, Sydney Paper Archive|Tags: , |

With the NSW Berejiklian Government's win at the state election in March 2019, issues around transport in Sydney and NSW took centre stage as vast underway projects started coming to completion and new projects were started and outlined - from light rail into George Street and the CBD from Randwick to additional Metro routes to [...]

Mobility, Driving Innovation and Enhancing our Liveability – Transport as a True Tech Business – The Hon Andrew Constance MP

2019-07-10T10:32:14+10:0010 July 2019|Categories: Podcast, Speaker|Tags: , |

Mobility Driving Innovation and Enhancing our Livability – Transport as a True Tech Business

2019-07-16T15:12:58+10:0020 May 2019|Categories: Andrew Constance, Function|Tags: , |

SPEAKER:      THE HON ANDREW CONSTANCE MP (NSW Minister for Transport and Roads) DATE:             Tuesday 9 July 2019 *Book from 23 June 2019** TIME:             5.30 for 6pm LIGHT REFRESHMENTS  ***MEMBERS AND ONE GUEST ONLY*** TOPIC:            Mobility Driving Innovation and Enhancing our Livability - Transport as a True Tech Business VENUE:           The Sydney Institute, Level 40, Governor [...]

Is Good Government Enough?

2017-05-30T18:04:23+10:0029 May 2017|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

Transport and infrastructure are transforming city life in New South Wales – especially in the outer areas of western Sydney and the congested parts of inner Sydney. Disruption is part of this, but the new NSW Transport and Infrastructure minister The Hon Andrew Constance believes it’s a small price to pay for the huge benefits the [...]

Transforming NSW In The Context Of Federation Reform

2023-08-30T19:31:01+10:0019 November 2014|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

NSW State Treasurer, The Hon Andrew Constance, delivered his first Budget in 2014 for the new government of Premier Mike Baird. His first year as State Treasurer was marked by good news for NSW. Growth and infrastructure development are key words in this. As NSW approached the State election in March 2015, the Baird Government’s [...]

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