Transport is crucial to the daily requirements of modern day society. Without it we would be limited in our ability to work, attend school, or participate in leisure activities.
To meet society’s transport needs, decision-makers must overcome various infrastructure challenges, from legislative barriers, special constraints, to planning restrictions or party politics.
On 29th September industry leaders will discuss these challenges and more, looking to determine how challenges can be managed and overcome.
Engage in this discussion, and discover how to ensure society has the transport infrastructure needed for the future.
Key speakers are:
· Isabel Dedring (Arup) (Representing Government/Policymaker view and discussing her experience as Deputy Mayor of London)
· Dr Mark Brown (Amey) (Business Development Director for Consulting and Rail, discussing issues with designing and delivering infrastructure)
· Dr Stephen Glaister (Imperial College London) (Professor Emeritus of Transport and Infrastructure, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discussing the economics of transport with a concentration on economic regulation and deregulation)
Event date: 29th September 2016
Registration: 18.30 – 19.00
Event: 19.00 – 20.00
Networking: 20.00 – 21.00
Event Close: 21.00