A two day conference bringing together the integrated transport policy makers with top construction industry figures chaired by Transport Minister Lord McDonald. They will thrash out how the Government's long stated integrated transport policy will work in practice.
Exhibition giving transport operators, architects, civil engineering companies and software companies an opportunity to promote products and services.
The 6,000m2 exhibition will let transport professionals learn about the integrated transport market, forge new business relationships, exchange views and ideas on the new market place and discover new technologies and products.
At the core of the main exhibition visitors can glimpse the future of integrated transport in an interactive learning zone. Visitors will be able to try out state of the art products and services to see the effect of transport on our lives in the 21st century. Visitors will have the chance to be taken on a simulated journey into the future, surf the net or chat with other visitors.
The inaugural Integrated Transport Awards on 4 April 2001 will celebrate excellence and innovation in the integrated transport industry.
Judged by a high profile panel of experts, including former transport minister Steven Norris, entries will be invited from any organisation involved in the planning, building or supplying of services for an Interchange project completed within the last two years.
The six categories include awards for small, medium and large Interchange project, innovation, international Interchange, and the judges' supreme award. Winners will be presented with their award at London's Hilton.