At the Travel Plan Network Expo on 21 November 2018 in Bradford, you'll be able to get practical tips and find out what your business can do around air quality and get prepared, hear from national retailer Next on how they have successfully embedded sustainable travel into their business operations, and hear from an expert in sustainable travel from Belgium on how to get your staff thinking differently about travel choices. Free registration.
This second annual event, organised by Landor LINKS for the Department of Transport, focusses on how cycling and walking is supporting the Government's Industrial Strategy. Act TravelWise is supporting this event and a 15% discount has been arranged for our members.
The London and South East regional groups will hold a joint meeting and workshop on Tuesday 18 December, hosted by Mott MacDonald in Croydon. A workshop on Mobility as a Service & Future Mobility will take place from 10:30-12:30, followed by the regional meeting from 1-3 pm. There are separate registrations required for each.
Hosted and sponsored by Mott MacDonald in Croydon, this Act TravelWise workshop will feature Professor Glenn Lyons, Mott MacDonald Professor of Future Mobility at University of the West of England about MaaS evolution; Emily Shovlar of WestTrans on electric bikes for business travel and Tom Godsmark on future mobility case studies. The workshop will followed by a joint regional meeting of the Act TravelWise London and South East regions.
Act TravelWise will be holding its Annual Conference & AGM on Thursday 31 January 2019 in Birmingham, with the theme 'Innovation and Change in Mobility Management: What's New and What's Next?'. A call for papers and call for sponsors and exhibitors has been issued. Registration will open in September 2018. Click below to read more about the theme for 2019.
Transport Planning Camp is an unconference that will bring together transport planners, engineers, technologists, social activists, academics and others interested in the intersection of transport, technology, and our lives. It will take place at the Open Data Institute in Leeds.
This free event will take place as a roundtable discussion on how best to engage business on walking and cycling. This is a challenging area and the discussion should have some interesting outcomes. The successes and learning points from the event will be compiled into a document distributed to businesses on how best to get the support they need on active travel from external bodies.
Future mobility could be great. People’s mobility lifestyles could lead to lower impact, fairer transport that help to deliver better places. This is good mobility. A key part of this will be collaborative mobility – shared cars, bikes & rides. This conference in London on 26-27 September 2018 will help develop the broader agenda of good mobility beyond the focus of AVs and MaaS.
The Telegraph is proud to present the fourth annual Britain’s Smart Cities conference, the only UK-focused gathering bringing together 300 city budget-holders and business leaders to provide a citizen-first, digital vision for smart cities.
Come and hear our expert speakers present their demand and customer travel experience management with major exciting sporting events. The masterclass will be held on Tuesday 18 September 2018 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm in Birmingham. Registration is now open.