Golding recognised for services to transport


Industry veteran of 35 years given the Contribution to the Transport Profession award for his services

Golding recognised for services to transport
Golding recognised for services to transport
February 18, 2010

After 35 years involved in the transport industry, Stephen Golding AM has been recognised by his peers for his work.

Golding (pictured) has been awarded the Contribution to the Transport Profession award from the Institute of Transportation Engineers Australia and New Zealand.

Golding’s more than three decades in the industry has been dominated by his role as the director-general of the Queensland Department of Main Roads, which is now known as the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

The veteran is now the chairperson of Transport Certification Australia (TCA), the body responsible for administering the Intelligent Access Program (IAP).

This award is presented by ITEANZ to an individual deemed to have made a significant contribution to the transportation profession.

TCA says the award was introduced in 2004 and there are only a select number of distinguished individuals who can claim to be recipients.

The chair of the Awards Committee, Peter Hunkin, says Golding’s long contribution demonstrates his personal commitment to enhance knowledge in the industry.

TCA CEO Chris Koniditsiotis says the award is a fantastic achievement and proves Golding is highly respected by his fellow peers.


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