Day 1 – Thursday 18 November
12:00 Pre Summit Walking Tour
Walking tour of the Brentford Lock renewal area conducted by Richard Walker and The London Borough of Hounslow
13:00 Tea and Coffee served during registration and delegates arrival
13.30 Host's welcome and introduction
Department for Transport
13:45 Climate change and achieving the required responses
14:55 Comfort Break
15:00 UK local transport landscape: Where are we now and where are we going?
Session Chair: Sarah Matthews, Head of Transport Planning, Stantec
Panel discussion including:
16:00 UK local transport planning practice – innovating and responding to new needs
Session Chair: TBC
Panel discussion including:
17:00 Tea and Coffee break
17:30 New Challenges and New Solutions: Expert speakers look to new ways forward
Session Chair: Peter Stonham, Chairman,
Transport for London
18:30 Networking Reception
19:30 Sit down dinner with after dinner speaker
Garrett Emmerson, CEO of London Ambulance Service for the past four years, who will reflect on his experiences in this challenging role and lessons learnt and his senior transport planning positions at TfL, councils and consultancies.
22:00 Informal Networking
Day 2 – Friday 19 November
09:00 Reflections on day 1 delivered by
Arman Farahmand-Razavi – Chair of Friends of LTT
09:15 Keynote presentiation delivered by Charlene Rohr, Technical Director,
Mott MacDonald - ‘Future uncertain’
09:30 ‘Transport culture wars’ Uncertainty and instability in political and public discourse and its ramifications for transport decision-making and information exchange. What does all this mean for us as a profession?
Panel discussion including expert speakers:
10:30 Tea and Coffee break
11:00 How do we better reflect the diversity of our places and their people in transport planning and in our own organisations? Plus reflections on Transport Planning Day and their recent campaigns
12:00 Summing up the future of the discussion
12:15 End note speaker: Pete Dyson and Rory Sutherland will introduce their brand new book ‘Transport for Humans’ on behavioural science insights and transport. Dyson is Principal Behavioural Scientist at the DfT and Sutherland is Vice Chair of Ogilivy UK.
There are three distinct elements to the event broken down as:
l Session A:
Day 1 afternoon keynote presentations and panel discussions: 1.30 - 5pm. £95
l Session B:
Day 1 Early evening presentations, reception and networking dinner:
5.30 - 10pm. £150
l Session C:
Day 2 Morning presentations, panel discussion and networking lunch:
9.00 - 1.30pm. £95
Attendees can choose to attend the whole event for £275, including overnight accommodation, or select individually-priced parts of the programme.
We encourage you to join in the whole event, as it is structured to provide a comprehensive overview of the current UK Local Transport landscape and exceptional discussion and networking opportunities.
To register your interest in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your preferred sessions to join.
Overall numbers are limited and participation is subject to available space. Our conference organiser will provide you with confirmation of your acceptance.
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