24 April 2012
More than 200 key Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) stakeholders gathered at Parliament House on 24 April 2012 for a briefing hosted by Chief Executive Peter Duncan. The presentation provided information on the creation of our organisation and how we are shifting direction to put greater focus on our customers and stakeholders.
Duncan Gay, Minister for Roads and Ports, and Les Wielinga, Director General Transport for NSW, also spoke at the event.
The Chief Executive outlined our Vision, the role of the Customer Focus Program and provided an update on some of our major projects currently underway such as the Pacific Highway Upgrade, work on the Hunter Expressway and the Wharf Improvement Program.
"With the creation of Roads and Maritime Services we have a beginning that puts the needs of you as our customers and stakeholders first," Peter said.
"We want to make the experience of doing business with RMS a rewarding and successful venture."