With the world’s biggest tram network, largest managed motorway system and with $38 billion of major transport upgrades currently underway, Melbourne’s first transport coordinator will manage works across the city to get people home sooner and safer.
Similar positions have been successful in some of the largest cities in the world and an international search is now underway to appoint Melbourne’s first City Controller to keep the movement of people and goods flowing in a 24/7 global city.
The role will ensure:
The City Controller will work with the City of Melbourne, CBD employers and local government to reduce the impacts from the over $40 billion of transport projects and upgrades throughout Victoria.
Minister for Public Transport, Jacinta Allen says “We know how frustrating the impacts of disruption can be - the City Controller will help minimise these impacts on the millions of people who move around our city every year.”