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In the light of changing living and working patterns, low carbon planning and rapid technological advances, Future Streets will explore street design, road-space allocation, travel modes, accessibility, activity and regulation.
Emerging travel trends and transport technologies bring new spatial demands for street use and, by extension, all vehicles, modes and activities. Despite broadening knowledge and experiences of these trends, urban design and planning implications remain poorly articulated and understood, so inhibiting proactive policy and planning interventions.
Issues will include:
09:00 - Delegate Registeration / Exhibition Open
Morning chair: Susan Claris, Associate Director, Transport Consulting, Arup
Overview: The re-appearance of disappearing traffic
Phil Goodwin, Emeritus Professor, University of West of England and University College London
Session 1: Street infrastructure: how will streets adapt to future mobility trends?
Future roles for technology in enabling better street use and traffic management: Chris Cowen, Associate, Arup / from Transport Technology Forum
Transforming a city's streets: Keith Gowenlock, Director, Transport Consultancy, Jacobs & Javier Iñigo, Principal Urban Designer, Cities, Jacobs
Balancing parking and other kerbside uses in London: Silviya Barrett, Campaign for Better Transport and formerly Research Manager, Centre for London
From street types / hierarchies to movement frameworks: Andy Martin, Transformational Schemes Sponsor, Transport for London
Session 2: Streets for all – Pecha Kucha
Understanding complex travel movements: Claire Fram, Senior Product Manager, Arup
Light touch street design to reduce road danger: Ruby Stringer, ITP
A simple business case for low traffic neighbourhoods: Paul Gasson, advisor, London Borough of Waltham Forest
Action Vision Zero - a fairer balance between people and motor vehicles: Jeremy Leach, Founder, Action Vision Zero
Quicker, safer, crossings: TfL signals and London Living Streets collaboration: Mike Grahn, London Living Streets
Understanding pedestrian, cyclist and motor vehicle interaction with AI: Tom Bailey, Director, Streets Systems
Havering Streets & Movement: Nivedita Vijayan and Alex Ben-Eghan, Jacobs
Revolutionising data collection & traffic optimisation using AI: Charn Aujla, Business Development Manager, Vivacity Labs
Session 3. Collaboration: what does each ‘mode’ need to best service street users, how do they know this, and how will they work together to maximise harmony?
Chair: Jonathan Bray, Director, Urban Transport Group
People sharing mobility: Richard Dilks, Chief Executive, CoMoUK
People using buses: Patrick Warner, Head of Innovation Strategy, Brighton & Hove Buses
People driving: Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation
People on foot: Holly Weir, healthy places consultant and researcher, University of Westminster and The Young Foundation
People on bikes: Fran Graham, Campaigns Coordinator, London Cycling Campaign
People moving commercial goods / deliveries: Neil Herron, CEO, Grid Smarter Cities
Followed by panel Q+A
Session 4. So, can we disappear traffic? Audience / panel session Q+A, led by Phil Goodwin
Towards proactive policy and planning interventions
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