This year’s in-person JCT Traffic Signals Symposium has received a major confidence boost with Transport for London committing to send ten delegates to the event.
The two day symposium at Nottingham Trent University in September will welcome ten delegates from London’s transport operator, who will learn about and discuss the latest innovations in traffic management.
TfL will also present details of the capital’s Streetspace Plan, give an update on its bus priority system and will introduce its modelling guidance framework, including the newly updated Traffic Modelling Guidelines document and the Model Auditing Process.
“TfL always support, share ideas and in turn learn a lot from, the event, and we’re delighted to welcome so many this year,” commented JCT Director John Nightingale who is organising the event. “We are so looking forward to welcoming hundreds of people back to Nottingham for a much-needed bit of normality, and they’ll know they’ll be mixing with so many of our industry’s leaders.”
The JCT Traffic Signals Symposium does not just include two days of excellent conference material, but an exhibition and social events too. A record 25 exhibitors have already committed to the event, while the two evening socials have eight sponsors between them, meaning an extremely good value-for-money barbeque on the Tuesday night before the event, gala dinner on the Wednesday.
“If there’s one thing I’ve really missed over the last year and a half, it’s been the networking,” continued John Nightingale. “The commitment from exhibitors and sponsors to support these key aspects of the symposium suggests I’m not the only one who feels that!”
JCT is giving a booking guarantee which means exhibitors and delegates know that if for any reason the event cannot take place, they will get a full refund.
The JCT Traffic Signals Symposium takes place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th of September with MOVA user group on the Tuesday 14th September at The Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham Trent University. To sign up as a delegate go to: http://www.jctconsultancy.co.uk/Symposium/Symposium2021/symposium2021.php
(Picture – Chris Blucke of TfL talking at JCT Traffic Signals Symposium 2019)