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PTRC News – TPM – What did the participants say?

“A great opportunity for catching up with colleagues and peers in the industry and finding out about the latest technical developments” “TPM is a great way to hear from fellow transport professionals about good work” “As ever, a broad and fascinating range of topics covered. This is a 'must' in the training calendar and highly recommended for transport planners at any stage in their career” “It was my first visit to the conference and found it a very worthwhile experience with a wide range of interesting topics, and I would certainly book again” “TPM 2014 was a well organised and...
01 August 2014
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PTRC News – TPM – What did the participants say?

“A great opportunity for catching up with colleagues and peers in the industry and finding out about the latest technical developments” “TPM is a great way to hear from fellow transport professionals about good work” “As ever, a broad and fascinating range of topics covered. This is a 'must' in the training calendar and highly recommended for transport planners at any stage in their career” “It was my first visit to the conference and found it a very worthwhile experience with a wide range of interesting topics, and I would certainly book again” “TPM 2014 was a well organised and...
01 August 2014
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Happy Holidays from the team at PTRC!

It’s been a couple of months since we sent out the last PTRC newsletter and what a busy couple of months it’s been.  You might be forgiven for thinking that we’d all dashed off on our summer holidays as soon as TPM was over, but no, we’ve been beavering away on the Autumn training programme.  With three conferences and sixteen courses planned from September, and a similar line up in the pipeline for the Spring, it’s all go at Vernon Mews this Summer.  Amongst the courses starting in September are some of our old favourites – we’re bringing the Principles of Traffic and Transport 20 week...
31 July 2014
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Happy Holidays from the team at PTRC!

It’s been a couple of months since we sent out the last PTRC newsletter and what a busy couple of months it’s been.  You might be forgiven for thinking that we’d all dashed off on our summer holidays as soon as TPM was over, but no, we’ve been beavering away on the Autumn training programme.  With three conferences and sixteen courses planned from September, and a similar line up in the pipeline for the Spring, it’s all go at Vernon Mews this Summer.  Amongst the courses starting in September are some of our old favourites – we’re bringing the Principles of Traffic and Transport 20 week...
31 July 2014
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Top transport planners honoured at this year’s transport practititoners’ meeting awards ceremony

PTRC’s 2014 Transport Practitioners’ Meeting Awards have been awarded to top transport planners across the UK in recognition of their work in proposing, planning and developing schemes that improve local transport provision, enhance the built environment, or contribute to local socio-economic well-being. The PTRC Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London, for her commitment and contribution to the transport planning profession. Her award was presented by Daniel Parker-Klein, Director, PTRC, who commended Michèle for her...
08 July 2014
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Top transport planners honoured at this year’s transport practititoners’ meeting awards ceremony

PTRC’s 2014 Transport Practitioners’ Meeting Awards have been awarded to top transport planners across the UK in recognition of their work in proposing, planning and developing schemes that improve local transport provision, enhance the built environment, or contribute to local socio-economic well-being. The PTRC Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London, for her commitment and contribution to the transport planning profession. Her award was presented by Daniel Parker-Klein, Director, PTRC, who commended Michèle for her...
08 July 2014
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Transport for London’s Michèle Dix honored with PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London has been awarded PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award at last night’s prestigious Transport Practitioners’ Meeting Awards ceremony. PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to leading figures in the transport world for their commitment and contribution to the transport planning profession. Sir Peter Hendy CBE was delighted to congratulate Michèle in winning this prestigious award and described her as ‘the best transport planner in Britain’. He acknowledged that ‘Michèle’s achievements cannot be understated’ and that...
03 July 2014
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Transport for London’s Michèle Dix honored with PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London has been awarded PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award at last night’s prestigious Transport Practitioners’ Meeting Awards ceremony. PTRC’s Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to leading figures in the transport world for their commitment and contribution to the transport planning profession. Sir Peter Hendy CBE was delighted to congratulate Michèle in winning this prestigious award and described her as ‘the best transport planner in Britain’. He acknowledged that ‘Michèle’s achievements cannot be understated’ and that...
03 July 2014
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Three weeks to go to TPM!

Have you ever wondered whether it’s possible to take out a lane of a busy urban dual-carriageway to give more space to buses and cyclists without causing horrific queues? Pondered whether the idea of floating bus stops works in practice? These are some of the measures implemented on Lewes Road, Brighton, which Robin Reed and Richard Hearle of Mott MacDonald will be discussing at this year’s TPM.  Mark Honey from TfL will be presenting the latest developments on Crossrail 2 – how this scheme will benefit the wider London rail network and what the next steps are for the project. For...
16 June 2014
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Three weeks to go to TPM!

Have you ever wondered whether it’s possible to take out a lane of a busy urban dual-carriageway to give more space to buses and cyclists without causing horrific queues? Pondered whether the idea of floating bus stops works in practice? These are some of the measures implemented on Lewes Road, Brighton, which Robin Reed and Richard Hearle of Mott MacDonald will be discussing at this year’s TPM.  Mark Honey from TfL will be presenting the latest developments on Crossrail 2 – how this scheme will benefit the wider London rail network and what the next steps are for the project. For...
16 June 2014
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