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New speakers announced for Smart Transport Conference

Four new speakers have been announced for the Smart Transport Conference held at County Hall, London, on March 17, 2020.

The Smart Transport Conference is the UK's most important meeting place for senior public policy makers and influential private sector leaders, showcasing real-time solutions to government policy.

The newly confirmed speakers for this must-attend event are:

  • Richard Bruce, Director of Energy, Technology and Innovation (E.T.I), at the Department for Transport (DfT), will be discussing delivering decarbonisation through the future mobility.
  • Cullan Riley, Director, PJA, and a is a recognised expert in sustainable development and transport planning, will be presenting the need to link land development planning to commuter hubs.
  • Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, James Palmer, will be presenting the view from a regional authority.
  • Daniel Ruiz CEO, Zenzic (formerly Meridian Mobility UK) as CEO will discuss how the self-driving future will positively change our environment, improved road safety, access to transport and productivity.

These speakers join a cohort of more than 30 thought leaders and policy-makers tackling the leading issues in the smart transport sphere.

The conference is dedicated to connecting the policies set out by the public sector to the capabilities presented by the private sector through networking, knowledge transferring and debates.

This outstanding event presents the key challenges and opportunities that potential delegates could face as a result of the changing climate and implication of UK's government policy and the effects of new technological advancements on all organsiations.

Sessions will take place across eight content streams including Freight & Logistics, Climate Emergency: Decarbonisation of Transport, Smart Planning: Integration of Housing and Transport and more.

Tickets start from just £395*. Save 25% on the third ticket when two full price** tickets are purchased by employees of the same organisation.


* Price of £395 is exclusive of VAT and for public sector attendees). Standard ticket price for private sector attendees is £495 (ex VAT)
** includes the limited-time super-early bird rate offer, cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount

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