JCT issues Symposium call for papers with slots filling up

The programme for the popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium is filling up fast with almost two-thirds of September’s event line-up either agreed or in negotiation. But the organisers say there is still time to submit a paper proposal.

If you would like to present and qualify for a free day then all you need to do is provide a Working Title and a One Paragraph Synopsis here.

The event, which takes place on 14 and 15 September at Nottingham Trent University, with the MOVA User Group and opening social event taking place on the 13th.

Over half of the exhibition stands have now been agreed and more are in the negotiation stage but there are still opportunities to secure a stand and or take up a sponsorship offer.

If you would like to find out more about exhibiting or sponsoring at the 2023 Symposium and exhibition you can find more details including indicative pricing on the new dedicated website where delegate places can also be booked.

Leading transport behavioural scientists Rory Sutherland and Pete Dyson will be hosting a special keynote session at the event which promises to be very entertaining and informative. You can hear the Highways Voices interview Rory gave about his presentation and views on transport here:

(Picture – JCT)

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