This webinar, led by CIHT East of England, will involve a presentation from those leading on regional policy and strategy development for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough areas. There will also be a Q&A session following presenations.
The Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP) is the Combined Authority’s long-term strategy to improve transport in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. The region’s transport system affects people’s quality of life and life chances, our environment, and our economy. It brings our communities closer together, supports business and jobs, and connects people to education, retail, leisure, and work. It is therefore essential there is a plan in place to make our transport better, faster, safer, and more reliable for all users.
It must help address the big issues like climate change, pollution, inequality, and public health. And it must make growth in jobs, the economy, and housing growth more sustainable.
This webinar is open to both CIHT Members and non-members. It will be of particular interest to: policymakers; highways professionals; sustainable transport professionals; equality, diversity, and inclusion professionals; public health professionals; climate change professionals; road safety professionals.
Tim Bellamy, Interim Head of Transport at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority
Tim has more than 20 years’ experience in transport planning,
working for both the public and private sector in the delivery of a range of strategies and policies. He was appointed Transport Strategy and Policy Manager for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority in November 2019 and recently promoted to Interim Head of Transport.
Emma White, Transport Programme Manager at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority
Emma is a Principal Transport Planner with 20 years’ experience in Transport Planning with a Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering. Emma has a specialism in microsimulation modelling using VISSIM, however in more recent years her role has expanded to include project management (PRINCE2 qualified), managing stakeholder and client relationships, and acting as the technical lead on projects. Emma has also worked oversea for short periods in both India and the Middle East and is currently on a secondment at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority as a Transport Programme Manager.