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Tuesday 5th February 2019

 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Registration
 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM
Chairman’s Welcome
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
 9:10 AM – 10:30 AM
The Objectives of UK Transport Policy - What is Transport For?

Smart transport can only work with clear public policy objectives. This opening session will set out objectives of national and local politicians and how smart transport and the private sector can support these. The Campaign for Better Transport will stress the need for clear and measurable outcomes and the need for the private sector to focus on delivery of these outcomes

  1. Government Vision For Transport in the UK

  2. The Role Of Transport in Developing London

  3. Clear Objectives And Fit For Purpose Solutions

    • Q&A

Heidi Alexander
Deputy Mayor of London for Transport
Darren Shirley
CEO
Campaign for Better Transport
Jesse Norman MP
Minister of State for the Department for Transport
Mike Waters
Director of Policy, Strategy & Innovation
TfWM
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Networking Break & Exhibition
 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Planning the short term to deliver the long term

The private sector need to understand the likely direction of travel across the next 3 years if they are to respond appropriately. What specific direction does the private sector want and are policy makers able to provide it?

  1. The need for clear short term goals as well as long term objectives.

  2. Short and long term planning in action - an example from England's Economic Heartland

  3. How are planned outcomes measured and how do plans remain flexible?

    • Q&A

Khaled Shahbo
Corporate Vice President/Managing Director
Enterprise Holdings UK & Ireland
Elliott Shaw
Executive Director of Strategy and Planning
Highways England
Martin Tugwell
Director
England’s Economic Heartland
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Lunch & Exhibition
 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM
Pre-booked Seminar Streams
The Ethics of Smart Transport

How do we make transport accessible for all?

In the rush towards smarter transport with greater use of technology, how can policymakers and companies avoid people being left out of the system? How can smart transport be genuinely inclusive and accessible for all?

Nick Reed
Head of Mobility R&D
Bosch
Jonathan Bray
Director
Urban Transport Group
Darren Shirley
CEO
Campaign for Better Transport
Tracey Vickers
Head of Social Impact
HCT Group
Sustainable Smart Transport

How do we make transport in cities healthier?

How can cities use smart transport to cut carbon emissions, air pollution and obesity? This seminar will look at what cities and the private sector can do to make transport genuinely sustainable.

Professor Jillian Anable
Professor of Transport and Energy, Institute for Transport Studies
University of Leeds
Caroline Watson
Programme Director, Transportation and Urban Planning
C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
Lucy Saunders
Consultant in Public Health – Transport & Public Realm
TfL/GLA
Matt Dale
Head of Consultancy
ALD Automotive
Last Mile

What are the business requirements? What are the problems? What needs to be solved?  

How can sustainable first/last mile services be provided to create genuinely door-to-door freight and passenger services? What are the business requirements? What are the problems? What needs to be solved?

Stewart Lightbody
MICFM, Head of Fleet Services
Anglian Water Services
Rafael Cuesta
Head of Innovation
TfGM
Edward Kulperger
VP Business Development
Geotab
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
Antonia Roberts
Interim Executive Director
CoMoUk
 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Collaboration and Partnership

Effective transport development is only going to come from improved collaboration and partnership between public and private sector and between private sector organisations. How can we achieve this, what opportunities does this unlock and what best practice do we have from around the world?

  1. Towards sustainable mobility: BP’s journey

  2. Working together for connected and autonomous vehicle

  3. On tap not on top: how London is ensuring that technology and new providers make the city better and more liveable

    • Q&A 

Michael Hurwitz
Director of Transport Innovation
TfL
Dr Jo Dally
Global Head of City Partnerships, Lead for the Advanced Mobility Unit
BP
Dr Daniel Ruiz
Chief Executive Officer
Meridian
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Where might transport and technology go next, and how can the public and private sectors work together?
Dr Mike Short
Chief Scientific Adviser
DIT
Stephen Joseph
Chair of Smart Transport
and Former CEO of Campaign for Better Transport
 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Networking, Drinks & Exhibition