Moving Traffic Enforcement
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Moving Traffic Enforcement

17 Nov 2022 London Transport Museum London

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  • Produced by Landor LINKS
  • Presented by Parking Review
  • Sponsored by CDER Group
  • In partnership with Egis and Neology

This event is by invitation only.

Expert advice for local authorities adopting Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act

Local authorities are implementing and planning the use of ANPR cameras to enforce a range of moving traffic offences.  

The UK government has given English councils outside London the new powers under Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004 via a package of three statutory instruments (SIs). Councils can now issue fines to those driving into a bus lane, stopping in a yellow box junction, making banned right or left turns, illegal U-turns and driving the wrong way in a one-way street.

There is much to learn from London authorities, who already have the powers under separate legislation. And London is now pioneering new approaches. Drivers who infringe on cycle lanes and cycle tracks in London can now be fined by Transport for London and councils in the same way that moving traffic contraventions are enforced.

The Moving Traffic Enforcement Seminar will attract delegates from local and national government, highways agencies, police forces and motoring organisations. The seminar is an opportunity for attendees to hear the latest research and share best practice.

Key themes

The event will cover themes such as:

  • The case for moving traffic enforcement
  • Designing and implementing moving traffic enforcement schemes
  • Engagement and consultation
  • Getting signing right
  • Selecting the right cameras and back office software
  • Gathering high quality evidence for PCN enforcement
  • Dealing with representations and appeals
  • Effective and fair debt recovery

Learn from the experts

The day will comprise expert presentations, Q&A panels, networking and a closing debate.

Speakers and panellists include:

  • John Mason, Director, CDER Group
  • Nigel Coltman, General Manager, Egis
  • Martin Gubby, Business Development & Delivery Lead - Moving Traffic & Clean Air Zone Enforcement, Neology
  • Andrew Luck, Transport Manager, London Councils
  • Representative from Transport for London
  • Representative from London Tribunals

More to be confirmed

Sharing knowledge, making connections

The event offers an excellent opportunity for networking between policy-makers, management professionals and technologists working in this important, emerging sector.

The summit takes place in the state-of-the-art Cubic Theatre at the London Transport Museum, one of the capital’s most popular destinations.

This is a free event. Spaces are limited so we are operating an application scheme.

Guests are welcome to attend early to visit the museum attractions prior to the seminar.

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