Park Plaza Victoria London - 239 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 1EQ UNITED KINGDOM
The UK’s transport industry sector must be as productive as possible to keep pace with the demands of the 21st century and demonstrate its value to the productivity of the country. We hear a lot about how automation and digital technology is reshaping the world around us; this event will provide real-world examples from innovation pioneers, across the sector to give you an insight into how to improve your productivity and service delivery.
The event will give the latest update on influential work being led by CIHT on Improving Local Highways. This work could reshape the delivery of highway services in England and you will have the opportunity to hear the latest and ask the leader of the review, Matthew Lugg OBE, any questions you have.
A new approach to planning is urgently necessary and the event will give the latest on a major project by CIHT that seeks to improve the links between planning, transportation and places. This will be led by Jon Parker, CIHT Sustainable Transport Panel and Managing Director, Integrated Transport Projects.
|CIHT Annual Conference 2019 Non Member||£ 276.00|
|CIHT Annual Conference 2019 Member||£ 192.00|
You will hear from leading transport operators about how they are future proofing the nation’s vital networks to support the productivity of the country. You will also have the chance to hear about work undertaken in New Zealand and explore the potential lessons for the UK, as well as hearing from Scotland and Transport for the North on their strategies for the immediate future.
As the devolution agenda moves transport services in England forward, keeping up-to-date with this is important for the profession. This event will give you the latest on the skills and capabilities you will need to be prepared for the future and counts to your professional development.
239 Vauxhall Bridge Road
Please contact Park Plaza Victoria London Hotel directly for all accommodation enquiries, mentioning that you are attending the conference:
Tel: 0333 400 6140