The number of people booking a delegate place at this year’s popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium is running significantly ahead of previous years, as the intelligent transport systems industry looks forward to the biggest JCT event ever.
Already 16 local authorities have already signed up to be at the two-day knowledge sharing Symposium, which is a record for the beginning of August.
“Usually we get a rush of bookings when people get home from their summer holidays,” explained event organiser John Nightingale, “But this year we are seeing people securing their place before they go away. This proves to me that people are very keen to come to the event and find out the latest thinking and innovations in our industry.”
Public Sector participation will not be limited to the audience, with Transport for London, Transport for Greater Manchester, Hull, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Kirklees and Norfolk participating in presentations, along with the Department for Transport (including ITS Police Lead Darren Capes, pictured, giving the keynote address) and National Highways.
“One of the strengths of our event is that it brings together the public and private sector under one roof,” continued Mr Nightingale. “We don’t just share knowledge in the lecture theatre, but visitors also get to see and touch innovations in our exhibition and share ideas during the numerous networking sessions.”
The JCT Traffic Signals Symposium takes place on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 September at Nottingham Trent University, with the MOVA User Group and opening social event taking place on Tuesday 13. A record 31 exhibitors will pack into the venue.
To join the industry leaders as a delegate go to: http://www.jctconsultancy.co.uk/Symposium/Symposium2022/symposium2022.php
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