Congestion Management

Venue: 76 Portland Place

Location: London W1, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2006
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Description

Managing and reducing congestion in order to improve journey times, reduce the catastrophic ecological effects of pollution, and enhance the quality of life for Britain’s commuters is a big challenge. This conference will offer feedback on solutions that have been implemented and tested not only in Britain, but in Europe as well. Learn from the experience of others and hear the latest from the Highways Agency and Transport for London on what is happening with the current initiatives and what is likely to happen in the future.

Topics to be discussed include:

• The Transport Innovation Fund
• Road user charging in Britain and in Europe
• The Traffic Management Act
• Accessibility planning
• UTMC and real-time travel information systems

Expert speakers featured include:

RICHARD EASTMAN, Divisional Director, HIGHWAYS AGENCY
MICHELE DIX, Director of Congestion, TRANSPORT FOR LONDON
PETER BULL, Traffic Information and Control Manager, SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL
JULIE HURLEY, Head of Transport Planning, CITY OF YORK COUNCIL
PETER BROOK, Traffic Manager, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL
ROGER NEWMAN, Public Sector Engagement Team, SATELLIC
DR FRASER SOMMERVILLE, Director, ATKINS TRANSPORT PLANNING
ROB LAMONT, Principal Engineer, PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF

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