Transport

  • Public Transport Automated Ticketing
  • New Public Transport Smartcard Ticketing System (myki)
  • Gold Coast Rapid Transit - Gateway 3 Review
  • Western Ring Road Upgrade
  • Safer Local Roads
  • Road Safety Enforcement Technology Business Unit
  • Eastlink Tollway Project Financing
  • Western Sydney Orbital M7 Refinancing

 

 

Public Transport Automated Ticketing

CDL staff were engaged to assists with contract renegotiations for the automated ticketing system for the Melbourne Metropolitan Public Transport network.  Negotiations were held with a consortium, which included National Australia Bank.  

 

 

 

New Public Transport Smartcard Ticketing System (myki)

CDL was engaged by the Transport Ticketing Authority to provide commercial and financial advisory services in relation to the new ‘myki’ smartcard ticketing system.  Myki will replace Metcard in metropolitan Melbourne and paper tickets on buses in selected regional towns.  Responsibility for developing the myki system lies with Kamco, the successful private sector contractor. 

 

 

 

Gold Coast Rapid Transit Project – Gateway 3 Review

CDL was appointed by the Queensland Department of Infrastructure and Planning as a Gateway 3 panel member for the Gold Coast Rapid Transit Project.  The project represents Queensland’s first light rail infrastructure and comprises a 13km route intended to address existing traffic congestion. CDL’s role encompassed:

  • Review and evaluation of the Business Case
  • Review of the project status including canvassing all key stakeholders
  • Preparation of a report detailing the Gateway 3 findings

 

 

Western Ring Road Upgrade Project

CDL undertook a strategic review of the Western Ring Road (M80) Upgrade Business Case.

 

 

 

Safer Local Roads

CDL assisted the Mornington Peninsula Shire in establishing a long term alliance agreement for construction and maintenance of local roads. 

 

 

 

Establishment of a Road Safety Enforcement Technology Business Unit

CDL was engaged to undertake a strategic review as a response to a number of issues involving:

  • Operational fixed digital speed cameras
  • Enforcement of resultant infringement notices
  • Complex interrelationships between the numerous stakeholders involved in road safety policy and enforcement

The review resulted in the establishment of a Road Safety Enforcement Technology business unit within the Department of Justice. Further detailed advice was subsequently provided regarding the establishment and structuring of this new unit.

 

 

 

Eastlink Tollway Project Financing

CDL staff were involved in the provision of credit analysis, document negotiation and financial modelling for the $A3 billion Eastlink Tollway project financing.

 

 

 

Western Sydney Orbital M7 Refinancing

CDL staff were involved in the provision of credit analysis, document negotiation and financial modelling as part of the initial financing and subsequent refinancing of $A1.4 billion of debt facilities associated with the Western Sydney Orbital M7 tollway.