Traffic + Parking is the best place to learn about the latest policy, legislative and technology developments in the world of parking, kerbside and urban traffic management.
The traffic and parking sector played a central role in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Towns and cities across the UK implemented a range of emergency traffic and street-scene measures to make cycling and walking safer. Moving forward, the traffic and parking sector will be playing a vital role in driving the recovery, helping the public feel safe as retail, leisure and education services are opened up.
Confirmed speakers and panellists so far include:
Speakers and expert panels will examine themes such as themes such as:
What’s on the road ahead?
The pandemic encouraged an openness to new ways of working and shopping. Politicians, planners, businesses and the public are receptive to an acceleration in the adoption of electric motoring, clean air schemes, the smarter use of data, active travel and the adoption of shared and micro-mobility services. Is revolution the new normal?
Providing an essential public service
The traffic and parking sector will be playing a key role in delivering both economic recovery and addressing environmental and active travel concerns via implementing Clean Air Zones, adopting new moving traffic regulations and reorganising urban roadspace.
Can we create streets for all?
The pandemic saw the implementation of a wide range of roadspace, kerbside and pavement reallocation measures in urban centres and residential to assist social distancing and encourage walking and cycling. The session will encompass: Low Traffic Neighbourhoods; School Streets; and micro-mobility schemes (e-scooters and bike-hire).
Payment trends: Multi-vendor and cross-boundary
This year the event will be taking a deep-dive into the worlds of multi-vendor and cross-boundary parking transactions. The session will look at:
People and parking: Who parks there?
While we talk about car parking, in fact it is people who park cars. This interactive session will see a range of experts explore:
Enforcement trends: Harnessing camera and sensor technology
Camera and sensor systems are now vital elements of traffic and parking management schemes. This session will address the issues around the implementation and enforcement of traffic and parking regulations, bus lanes, School Streets, air quality schemes and noise pollution.
The next steps in the evolution of electric motoring
Traffic and parking teams have been the forefront of delivering electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and services at the kerbside and in public car parks. However, after many years of chargepoint installations being supported by grant funding, there is a growing commercialisation of EV charging provision, with petrochemical and energy providers acquiring several EV networks.
Meet peers, colleagues and other professionals in groups and individually in both structured discussions and at informal networking sessions.
The virtual exhibition enables attendees to check out the latest systems and services for the sector.
Traffic + Parking 2021 provides your company with the perfect opportunity to carefully target the marketing of your products and services to those within the smart city planning, active travel, intelligent mobility and parking sectors.
The Traffic + Parking events attract top parking managers, transport planners, and urban professionals attend this industry leading conference and exhibition – where they learn of new technologies, discover new services and source suppliers.
Traffic + Parking 2021 will be attended by:
Traffic + Parking 2021 is organised Landor LINKS, the team behind the ever popular British Parking Awards and events such as the Enforcement Summit, Cycle City, Modelling World and Liveable Neighbourhoods, as well as a range of sector-defining webinars that can be found on the Landor LINKS LIVE YouTube channel.
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