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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
31 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2011 The session then had four breakout sessions: ICT IN THE TRANSpORT & LOGISTICS INDUSTRy ALC Policy Paper – • ‘Using Information and Communication Technology to Increase Productivity in the Australian Transport & Logistics Industry’ Participants then reconvened to report back on sessions and an open discussion about policy priorities. The issues and outcomes will form the basis of ongoing discussions, and it was agreed to meet again later in 2011 to discuss progress. INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT Priorities • Funding • Planning/land use issues • COAG Capital City Strategic • Planning Systems NATIONAL pRODUCTIVITy REFORM AGENDA High level discussion on • government’s productivity agenda and how it relates to transport and logistics COAG Road Reform Plan • NATIONAL REGULATION AND SAFETy NHVR • Rail/Marine Safety • National Road Safety Strategy • Air freight security •