Learning from the past, preparing for the future

Author: Andreas Markides Posted: 14 July 2017

I was honoured to be part of a one-day conference at University College London which celebrated 50 years of Transport Planning at the University. My presentation on our work for CIHT Futures, which had been led by Prof Glenn Lyons during the previous year, was well received - even though I felt a little intimidated to be presenting after Professor Richard Allsop who had been my tutor at the University nearly 35 years ago!
UCL Transport Planning event

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