Registrations are open for the IPWEAQ Western Roads Symposium being held in Longreach, 6-7 September 2017 in partnership with Longreach Regional Council and the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
The Western Roads Symposium will explore the use of locally available materials in the construction, maintenance and operations of our road assets specifically related to western and northern climatic conditions. It will also promote the technical expertise and experience available to support stakeholders within the roads infrastructure industry.
will shortly receive a ballot paper for the election of two ‘at large’ board
members with three candidates nominated. A candidate has since withdrawn his
nomination and as a result, you do not need to vote. A ballot however
for the position of SWQ Branch President is proceeding but only members of the
SWQ branch will receive a ballot paper. If you have any queries, please contact
the CEO/Returning Officer, Leigh
Cunningham on 07 3632 6810.
From 1 July, portable traffic signals will be recommended to be
used in lieu of traffic controllers on all roads with an average annual daily traffic (AADT) of over 1000 vehicles per day (vpd) and a speed limit of 90 km/h
Full details of the changes can be found in the amendment register on TMR's MUTCD web page. For queries regarding the changes please contact:
qldwater Young Operator of the Year, Harry Coleman, Assistant Water & Wastewater Operator, Toowoomba Regional Council
Register by 30 June 2017 to attend the IPWEAQ state conference in Townsville to save $200 on the registration fee. Registrations are fully refundable up to one month prior to the conference and are transferable.
The full conference program will be released soon!
If you were unable to attend the 2016 IPWEAQ state conference in Brisbane, you can now subscribe to the conference podcasts (12.5 hours of CPD) and receive $200 discount off your registration for the 2017 state conference in Townsville.
Members who renew their IPWEAQ membership before 30 June 2017 will receive access to the podcast of Stefan Hajkowicz’s state conference 2016 keynote address, ‘Global Megatrends’ (1 hour of CPD) and can purchase the full set of conference podcasts for $300 plus GST (50% discount).
Access to the 2016 podcasts are included for all 2016 paid conference delegates and they can access the 2016 conference podcasts now!
LOGOV has been held in Queensland for over 30 years under the IPWEAQ banner.