An Act TravelWise event, in association with WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff and Mouchel on 3 May in Manchester... ‘Mobility as a Service’ (or MaaS for shorthand), one of the latest buzzwords in the transportation realm, promises a step change in the way in which people plan their journeys, make transport choices and pay for their travel. Whilst still in its early stages of development, MaaS has the potential to significantly disrupt traditional transportation service models. Free for Act TravelWise members sending one delegate; £50 + VAT for non-members and additional delegates.
A one-day seminar covering the why, when and how of delivering travel plans in the development planning process, considering the experience of both the local planning or highway authority and the developer/occupier. Led by Richard Adams, Associate Director, AECOM on Tuesday 25 April 2017 hosted by AECOM in Bristol.
The next North West regional meeting will be held on Thursday 20 April 2017 from 2-4 pm at Transport for Greater Manchester, with a focus on good practice in the region, including presentations by TfGM and Highways England.
With the theme Intelligent Planning for Sustainable Mobility, the City of Dubrovnik, Croatia is delighted to host this year's European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans from 29-30 March 2017. Registration is open and the conference programme is available.
The regional meeting for Act TravelWise members in Londona and the South East. Join us to hear the latest news from the Board, share your ideas and best practice, and network with other smarter travel professionals. It will be held on Tuesday 14 March 2017 from 11 am to 2 pm at University of Westminster.
The conference 'Ready for 20: 20's Plenty for Healthier Places' will be held on 8 March 2017 in Birmingham. A 20% discount for Act TravelWise members is available. As wide area 20mph limits are adopted in most of the UK’s iconic cities, 20mph comes closer to becoming the national default limit where people live, work, shop and learn increases. Transport practitioners now need to get Ready for 20!
The inaugural Sustainable Transport + Health Conference will take place at the M Shed and City Hall, Bristol from 23-24 February 2017. A 20% discount is available for Act TravelWise members.
The Transport Data Initiative is led by commercially minded local authorities who’s aim is to improve the way their transport data is utilised and in turn improving the cost of delivery. The next Transport Data Initiative event will be taking place in Manchester on 22 February 2017.
The Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges, which has a sub-group devoted to transport and travel, has two upcoming conferences. Both conferences would be good opportunities to learn more about transport and travel planning in the higher education sector and their context within the wider sustainability agenda.