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19 reasons to attend UK Transport

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UK Transport is an exciting new event from New Civil Engineer exploring the broader transport infrastructure strategies and trends that are shaping the industry. Here are 19 reasons to attend.

  1.  Join transport clients and industry leaders to debate the priorities for and drivers of transport infrastructure in the UK
  2.  Keep up with tech trends and how they’ll shape the way we design, deliver and use transport networks – hear from Uber, Atkins, Transport for London and WSP
  3.  Put your questions and views to our industry leaders’ panel who will be discussing what the aviation, rail and roads sectors can learn from each other
  4.  How will autonomous vehicles and super-high speed transport systems shape rail and roads networks in the future? Find out from WSP’s Rachel Skinner
  5.  Tailor your day to suit your needs – focus on opportunities in your sector of choice with our breakout Rail and Roads stages
  6.  Hear about the National Infrastructure Commission’s key transport priorities and how they play into the National Infrastructure Assessment
  7.  Find out how multi-modal clients are driving connectivity and integrated transport networks and explore the role of devolution in changing the economic and strategic powers to drive transport development
  8.  Hear Shashi Verma explain TfL’s journey in driving intelligent mobility and understand what the digital revolution will mean for transport modes and networks
  9.  Which projects are critical to driving UK plc? Hear Crossrail 2 and East-West rail make their economic case their respective projects
  10.  Find out what Highways England’s Jim O’Sullivan thinks is needed to better deliver capacity, improve safety and develop skills
  11.  What should clients and industry be doing to deliver a better quality service and customer experience to rail and road users? Find out from ORR and Transport Focus
  12.  Hear from the major transport clients across 2 days: Network Rail, Heathrow, Highways England, TfN, HS2, TfL, Crossrail 2, TfWM, Nexus, England’s Economic Heartland and more
  13.  Shape the agenda – make sure your questions are updated by sending them to us ahead of the event or using our hugely popular Slido app on the day!
  14.  Meet with 200+ industry leaders from the rail and roads sectors, all in one room over 2 days
  15.  Focused on networking? Make the most of our 1-2-1 meetings service and we’ll make it easier for you to meet with potential clients
  16.  Reflect on the day’s discussions and get more face time with clients and speakers at the VIP dinner on 28 June
  17.  Pitch your ideas to the New Civil Engineer editorial team by meeting them on the UK Transport newsdesk
  18.  Graduate? Take advantage of our special rate to boost your CPD and industry knowledge all in one hit
  19.  And finally… UK Transport is the first major transport event post-Election. So get an early feel for how the outcome might shape transport policy decisions

 

 

 

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