Cycle County Active County Essex 2019
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Cycle County Active County Essex 2019

5 Sep 2019 to 6 Sep 2019 Anglia Ruskin University Chelmsford

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£20 - £395 + VAT

Cycle County Active County Essex, 2019: Call for Papers

Active Places: the 7th event in the Cycle City Active City series

Cycle County Active County is the UK's established and premier networking event for public and private sector professionals tasked with enabling, designing, implementing and improving provision for active travel, and embedding its use for more short journeys and more parts of longer journeys. Our focus is on walking, cycling and other active modes, and on maximising their contribution to better mobility, health, cleaner air and strengthening community resilience.

The event organisers are now inviting papers in the following areas. Please send your suggestions in no more than 250 words to Juliana at before 21 February 2019.

  • Collaboration between transport planning, health and urban development initiatives

  • Active travel solutions for smaller cities, towns and rural areas

  • Designing in activity and wellbeing

  • Re-booting planning and masterplanning for activity

  • Designing, funding and embedding behaviour change schemes

  • School walking and cycling schemes

  • Investment in / funding for active travel

  • Building the evidence base: scheme monitoring and evaluation and showcasing toolkits

  • Research into practice: collaboration with academia

  • Managing vehicle-based travel demand

  • Keeping walking and cycling central to future mobility

  • Community engagement

The plenary, breakout and workshop sessions will run alongside Department for Transport-led sessions on: LCWIPs, Local Transport Note 02/08 update, and WebTAG for active travel

Please send your suggestions in no more than 250 words to Juliana at before 21 February 2019, or call 020 7193 4142

For sponsorship, partnership or exhibition opportunities, please contact Daniel Simpson on or call on 020 7091 7861

The UK's major walking, cycling and active places event
Attracting 400-500+ national and international delegates, this major two-day industry conference, exhibition and networking event is sponsored by the Department for Transport, who steer the conference objectives and content as well as supporting with resource, staff and Ministerial attendance.

A focus on County-level areas for 2019
Counties have as much to contribute to the local and national economy as major cities. Smaller cities, towns and rural areas are home to a considerable proportion of the UK's population, and have their own opportunities and challenges when it comes to enabling more cycling, walking and active travel.

Many of the solutions to reducing single occupancy private car journeys in the drive to boost activity levels, improve air quality, reduce congestion and improve traveller safety have unique drivers in county areas. At a senior level, it’s recognised that a joined-up and collaborative approach to meeting future mobility needs across all levels of governance is necessary if the UK is to deliver nationally on its policy objectives.

Join us at Cycle County Active County Essex to be part of setting the active places agenda




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