Key speakers from the public and private sector will explore how to aid the shift away from private vehicles at next month’s Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Rachel Maclean, parliamentary under-secretary of state at the Department for Transport, will discuss the future of transport at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
The Virtual Smart Transport Conference will look at how the movement of goods can be decarbonised during the freight breakout session on June 9.
Chair of the Transport Select Committee Huw Merriman will give the committee’s take on transport decarbonisation at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Choosing the right locations for mobility hubs has been one of the biggest challenges for Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) during the eHUBS project.
Electric bikes have an important role to play post-Covid-19, bringing benefits to businesses and individuals, according to Ed Pegram, Raleigh UK.
Nexus has helped secure £100 million of Government investment after using data to help improve its public transport system.
Dr Mike Short, DIT chief scientific advisor, said the UK needs to get better at collecting and opening access to transport data in order to boost innovation.
Our conference returns today with a full agenda, discussing green revolution, strategic placemaking, CAVs in the real world and tackling transportation challenges with big data. Registration is free.
Radical changes will be made to transport to address climate change, transport minister Rachel Maclean told attendees at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Andy Burnham, Mayor for Greater Manchester Combined Authority, said the Covid-19 pandemic won't hold back the region's transport ambitions.
Day one of the three day Virtual Smart Transport Conference kicks off tomorrow morning at 9:15am and it’s not too late to register for your free ticket.
Public sector delegates at the Virtual Transport Conference will gain valuable insight that will help deliver outcomes for future national and local policy.
Fare reform and developing trust with how customer data is shared will all be essential for progress with MaaS in the UK, according to Worldline.
The UK’s multiple projects and trials for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) will be put under the microscope at this autumn’s Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
The DfT and key stakeholders from the freight industry will discuss how they are meeting the dual challenges of decarbonisation and Covid-19 at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Smart Transport’s autumn conference will be held virtually across three days in October to help showcase solutions to government policy in the fast moving UK transport sector.
The UK's most important meeting place for senior public policy makers and influential private sector leaders: To showcase real-time solutions to government policy
Smart Transport hosted a series of six free webinars between April 8 and May 21 offering access to nearly 20 presentations and hours of content and Q&As from experts on the future of mobility.