Join colleagues from around the world for a digital Transport Practitioners' MeetingWhat is TPM?
For 18 years TPM has brought transport practitioners together to debate, share and engage. To think critically and be empowered to make transport a force for good. This year more than ever, TPM will provide a home for the profession, an arena to find common solutions, to ensure that we can emerge from this crisis primed as a profession of ‘superheroes’ to build a world that is better than the one we had before.
PTRC is proud to announce that TPM will be held on September 2nd and 3rd , using an exciting online platform which we have tailored to ensure that #2020TPM will be the best one yet. Participants will be able to engage with 130 dynamic speakers over 2 days, debate will be facilitated in dedicated break out rooms, there will be a virtual exhibition area, Keynotes delivered ‘on stage’ and of course the annual awards. What’s more, you no longer have to juggle sessions, as all presentations will be recorded and available following the event.
Moreover, unlike many we’re passing on all cost savings, reducing ticket prices by as much as 66%, so that #2020TPM can be accessible to as many people as possible. This means that you can benefit from a full two day conference for only £149 + VAT! Find out more information at www.transportconference.co.ukBook your place at TPM!The standard rate for TPM will be £149+VAT for the entire conference. ?Click book now to book online with a card or submit a booking form to the Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Thursday 10 September 2020Where: Addleshaw Goddard, LondonAchieving UK Rail DecarbonisationPractical strategies to deliver sustainable infrastructure, alternative energy sources and greener rolling stock to reach the 2050 net zero targets.In the light of the climate crisis and the target for decarbonisation of the UK rail network by 2040, this event will provide you with the most up to date plans and timelines for getting to net zero in the rail sector. The day will provide you with the methods and strategies that are helping to make this target become a reality, including the latest electrification plans, finding carbon-free alternatives for freight and the approaches to new infrastructure by major projects.Highlights of attending: - Find out the government’s plans and timelines for decarbonising the railway, including the priorities for both infrastructure and fleet- Hear the UK’s plans to electrify the rail network and lessons learned from previous electrification challenges- Discover best practice in electrification from an international model, such as how to deliver with cost efficiency- Explore what carbon alternatives exist for freight locomotives and the strategies for developing an overall modal shift from road to rail- Receive key insight on the innovative solutions that are helping the rail industry become carbon-free, such as the hydrogen train and solar powered railway lines- Learn from different train operators the requirements and solutions for decarbonisation and their sustainable development plansAs a CILT(UK) member you'll save 10% by adding the code 401CILT when purchasing your ticket!
When: 15 September 17:00 - 19:00Where: Zoom WebinarSpeakers:
Coaches are often overlooked as an important mode of passenger transport. Yet they carry significant numbers of inter-urban passengers, both competing with rail and on routes without rail services: surface access to airports is particularly important. Coaches make a significant contribution to commuter journeys in a number of cities, notably London. School transport, excursions, tours and private hire are traditional roles. British deregulation from 1980 has been followed by other countries, notably France and Germany, with which parallels may be drawn.Our speakers will address questions such as: How do coaches contribute in economic and social terms? Are coaches adequately appreciated by transport and urban planners? Should more infrastructure be provided for coaches, for example better stops and interchanges or priorities on motorways?
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