What is Smart Transport?
Smart Transport brings together key public sector officials from local and central government with some of the most senior private sector leaders in the transport industry to share learnings, case studies and experiences to make a difference to rural and urban transport in the UK.
It aims to provide clarity on the shared challenges facing the UK transport sector, find practical solutions and define a road map towards the introduction of multi modal, integrated transport, through strategic public/private partnerships at local and national government levels.
It includes a membership programme chaired by Stephen Joseph OBE, the monthly digital Smart Transport Journal, two-day national conference, website, regular e-bulletins and webinars.
Smart Transport’s membership board objectives:
> Promote engagement between public sector policy makers (and advisers) and key players in private sector transport verticals
> Encourage networking and knowledge transfer between key players in private sector transport verticals.
In achieving these objectives Smart Transport aims to deliver a number of benefits:
> More clarity for the private sector on developing policy and the outcomes it seeks to deliver
> More clarity for policymakers on the current and future capabilities of the private sector
> The opportunity for mutual feedback and debate between private and public sectors
> Increased levels of collaboration and knowledge transfer.
Smart Transport board membership benefits:
> 4 x quarterly private meetings with national and regional government transport policy makers
> 12-month sector exclusivity at board meetings
> 12-month digital Smart Transport Journal peer reviewed and shared beyond the membership
> Participation in Smart Transport sub-committees with key officials from local and central government - including the Department for Transport and private sector transport industry leaders.
> Opportunity to form private session splinter groups away from Smart Transport forum (encouraged)
> Headline sponsorship of Smart Transport national conference
> Guaranteed conference speaker and panel opportunity
> Branding on pre and post conference marketing and promotional activity
> Branding onsite at Smart Transport conference
> 4 x conference delegate passes
> 3m x 2m exhibition stand at national conference.
Smart Transport 2023 board meeting schedule:
> March 1
> June 7
> September 6
> December 6
Smart Transport 2023 conference
> 21 and 22 November 23 – Eastside Rooms, Woodcock Street, Birmingham
We have membership opportunities for companies involved in infrastructure, energy, telecoms, 5G, cyber security, spatial mapping, insurance & risk management, housing development and land & property management.
For additional information please contact Ernest Olaseinde, business development director. Email: [email protected].
Smart Transport sales and membership