Transport industry professionals are being invited to register their interest for the Transport Technology Forum Conference which takes place in Liverpool next month.
The event brings together national government, local authorities, suppliers and academia to identify how best to deploy emerging technology to deliver better local roads. It showcases best practice and innovation in the use of technology, explains government policy, and is a key event for practitioners in local authorities and their supply chains interested in harnessing the potential of technology to deliver improved local highway services.
Amongst the keynote speakers are Commissioner of Active Travel England, Chris Boardman MBE and the Department for Transport’s Chief Scientific Adviser Sarah Sharples. Transport Minister Trudy Harrison is also on the guest list.
Those interested can register interest in attending on this website, where they can also see the latest agenda and find out about sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join a technical visit to the Mersey Gateway traffic tolling operation.
This web page is part of the updated Transport Technology Forum website, which contains industry news, support and guidance for those involved in the delivery of new and emerging local roads technology.
“The TTF Conference is a great opportunity for the sector to come together and share ideas, best practice and real world use-cases to make road transport more sustainable, efficient and safe,” said TTF Chair Steve Gooding, Director of the RAC Foundation. “Central Government is enthusiastic about using transport technology to tackle the challenges we face and showcase what UK technology providers can do – this event is an opportunity for local authorities and potential suppliers to share the latest views, pose questions and make connections that could result in better traffic outcomes for us all.”
The TTF Conference takes place on 17, 18 and 19 May at Liverpool’s Marriott Hotel.
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