TTF Autumn Update details new spending initiatives, Working Group progress and project updates

The outline agenda for the Transport Technology Forum’s Autumn Update on 14 November has been published, with a range of information and debate for local authorities and suppliers.

The one-day event in Birmingham will give delegates details of latest policy at the Department for Transport and initiatives from Innovate UK, before the six Working Group chairs, covering Connected Vehicles, Urban Traffic Management and Control, Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, Data, Mobility as a Service and parking, take part in a Q and A session.

Important funding opportunities will also be detailed at the event, which is held at the Institute of Engineering and Technology’s venue at Austin Court (pictured) from 10am to 3.30pm, with a special invitation-only “Meet the DfT” session straight afterwards.  The event is sponsored by Appyway, and supported by exhibitors Clearview Intelligence, Yunex Traffic, 4way Consulting, Vivacity and Startraq.

“There are so many impactful policies coming out next year, whether it’s the national parking platform, whether it’s digital TROs, whether it’s quantum computing,” commented LCRIG CEO Paula Claytonsmith who is leading the organisation of the event.  “We will be detailing many new policies, but it won’t just be a barrage of information, we will have plenty of time for people to ask questions.  It is definitely a must attend and we would love to see as many local authorities join us as possible.”

Full details of the speakers for the event will be announced later in the month.  To book, go to the Transport Technology Website.

(Picture – IET)


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