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Congrats to David Hanson from Transport for NSW who will be taking home a new iPad for sharing his favourite Transport Mode Magazine article with his colleague, Chris!

David is the Senior Manager for Freight Performance in the Infrastructure and Services Division.

He says he always reads the Last Word article first, because it gives staff in various interesting roles across the cluster the chance to share their personal challenges and motivations in their own words. In the latest edition, we profiled Karen Neader - the sole employee at Gunnedah Station. David was inspired to read about the contribution Karen makes in her local community.

David and his brand new iPad!

“I particularly liked reading about the most rewarding part of Karen’s job being when people personally thank her for going above and beyond. We have a public facing role in our team and those small pieces of recognition from the community, though few and far between, help us to see that we are making a difference and motivate us to continue striving,” said David

Thanks to everyone across the Transport cluster who entered the competition by sharing the emag with a friend and telling us why you loved the latest issue! From hearing about how flexible working benefits you, to the excitement that comes from being involved in once in a generation projects – it was certainly difficult to pick just one winner.

Here’s to reading the next issue of Transport Mode on your new iPad, David!

If you have a story idea for the next edition, we want to hear from you! Simply email magazine@transport.nsw.gov.au with the details.

Congrats to David Hanson from Transport for NSW who will be taking home a new iPad for sharing his favourite Transport Mode Magazine article with his colleague, Chris!

David is the Senior Manager for Freight Performance in the Infrastructure and Services Division.

He says he always reads the Last Word article first, because it gives staff in various interesting roles across the cluster the chance to share their personal challenges and motivations in their own words. In the latest edition, we profiled Karen Neader - the sole employee at Gunnedah Station. David was inspired to read about the contribution Karen makes in her local community.

David and his brand new iPad!

“I particularly liked reading about the most rewarding part of Karen’s job being when people personally thank her for going above and beyond. We have a public facing role in our team and those small pieces of recognition from the community, though few and far between, help us to see that we are making a difference and motivate us to continue striving,” said David

Thanks to everyone across the Transport cluster who entered the competition by sharing the emag with a friend and telling us why you loved the latest issue! From hearing about how flexible working benefits you, to the excitement that comes from being involved in once in a generation projects – it was certainly difficult to pick just one winner.

Here’s to reading the next issue of Transport Mode on your new iPad, David!

If you have a story idea for the next edition, we want to hear from you! Simply email magazine@transport.nsw.gov.au with the details.