On 2 July 2020, the Department for Transport announced the list of authorities to receive funding under the Emergency Active Travel Fund. Since then, these authorities have been working to get their plans ready. In this webinar on 14 September at the start of TravelWise Week, we'll hear from a mix of combined authorities and local authorities who will share their ambitious plans and how they intend to implement them on the ground to benefit local residents. To add an international perspective, we'll then hear from Athens - one of the leading cities across Europe also taking the opportunity to introduce a step-change in active travel infrastructure.
TPM is a major annual meeting place for all transport planners, highway engineers and urban transport designers. TPM 2020 will take place in a new online format from 2-3 September (postponed from June).
Join us for this timely free webinar learning from world-leading local authorities in the UK and abroad that are converting car space into space for active modes, temporarily and permanently, due to the current shift in priorities under COVID-19.
This free webinar will look at COV-19 impacts on transport emissions and air quality, based on air quality monitoring stations and other data. As UK road transport has fallen to 1955 levels prompting a clear fall in air pollution, now is the time to assess what can be learned from this and decide how to proceed when coming out of the pandemic.
On Tuesday 16 June, the Act TravelWise Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held in combination with a pan-regional web meeting for our members UK-wide to share their knowledge and experience. It's an opportunity to get more involved in the association and network online among the membership during the lockdown period.
This webinar will look at the range of key worker transport initiatives being organised during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. Presenting organisations include First, Zeelo, Enterprise Car Club and Cyclehoop. Members may register up to 10 of their employees without charge.
Smart Transport is hosting a series of six free webinars between 9 April and May 21 that offer access to over 18 presentations and hours of content and Q&As from experts on the future of mobility. The webinars replace the seminar sessions that would have been available at the Smart Transport Conference on 17 March, which was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
This free webinar will look at COV-19 impacts including agile home working, public transport resilience, changes in travel behaviour, how to embrace and sustain the positive changes where possible, and the potential of future transport when things 'get back to normal'.
This free webinar on the occasion of Earth Day will look at the DfT's Decarbonising Transport plan and discuss its ramifications for future transport and climate change. It features Dr Bob Moran, the DfT's lead on the plan, along with a panel of distinguished experts.
Updated to condensed webinar format on 2 April plus delay of main event - Leeds has seen a range of initiatives to reclaim space from motor vehicles to create people-friendly spaces. Some of these cutting-edge efforts are under development, both in the city centre and in new residential neighbourhoods. We will hear from the expert practitioners leading these initiatives in this free event on 2 April 2020.