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Announcing the #2019TPM Call for Papers

The 17th Annual Transport Practitioners’ Meeting (TPM) will take place on the 10th – 11th of July 2019 in historic Oxford. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 25 January...
19 October 2018/Number of views (620)

We’re all ears – DfT’s consultation on priorities for developing our appraisal and modelling guidance (WebTAG)

The Department for Transport

Last month, DfT published a consultation on priorities for developing our appraisal and modelling guidance (WebTAG). Our appraisal framework aims to provide as full a view as possible about the...
16 August 2018/Number of views (2187)

The draft London Plan – what next for transport?

Martin Reed, Arup

The London Plan is the Mayor’s primary mechanism through which to coordinate London’s evolution and development over a 20-25 year period.  A full review of the 2016 London Plan...
12 July 2018/Number of views (1992)
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Announcing the 17th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting in Oxford.  

Submit your project for the #2019TPM Call for Papers! More information can be found at www.transportconference.co.uk

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Mobile Data & Transport Planning

29 January 2019 - Birmingham

This course provides an introduction to the mobile technology and how data is processed in order to provide insight to the transportation industry. Alongside this, the course will provide a summary of uses cases and summarise the benefits and limitations of this data source.


Fundamentals of Travel Planning

31 January 2019 - London

This course focuses specifically on the successful elements needed to construct, deliver and monitor travel plans and will be helpful for those involved in operations, logistics, HR, property and planning as well as those employed in more conventional sustainable transport roles. Packed with helpful tips and case-studies this one-day course is a must for anyone wishing to develop and grow their skills in travel planning.


Station Travel Planning

5 February 2019 - London

The course has been developed for professionals involved in any aspect of station travel planning wishing to develop their knowledge and competence; ranging from local authority and ITA transport planners, train operating companies, consultants, and property and development management professionals through to those involved in travel promotion, behavioural change, community engagement and community rail.