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Wednesday, 10th May 2017

ITS (UK) Road User Charging Interest Group Conference 2017

ITS (UK) Members attend for free.  Others can attend for a £150.00 + VAT fee. 

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Road User Charging Interest Group Conference

Wednesday 10th May 2017    10.00 - 16.30  

 Thales  

Quadrant House, 4 Thomas More Square, Thomas More Street, London, E1W 1YW

 Policies for Traffic, Trucks and Cities

The ITS (UK) RUC Interest Group’s tenth Annual Conference takes place at a time when fresh perspectives are essential, and when European cooperation is becoming increasingly important to help solve congestion and environmental challenges. The conference puts charging in a policy context, including case studies and professional discussion on meeting needs for sustainable transport solutions. The well-established group offers a thought-provoking, informative and informal forum for connecting people and ideas.

 

Agenda

Chairman: Keith Mortimer, Wyeval Consulting        Hon. Secretary: Dr John Walker, University of Southampton

 

  1. Welcome - Mark Garrity, Thales
  2. Introduction - Keith Mortimer, Chair
  3. London Stalling -  Caroline Pidgeon, Chair of the Transport Committee of the London Assembly
  4. The Development Of Milan's Low Emission And Congestion Charging Zones -  Paolo Beria, Associate Professor of Transport Economics, Politecnico di Milano
  5. Trucks Are Good For Cities – Policy Options For Freight Vehicles - Jack Semple, Policy Director, Road Haulage Association
  6. Traffic, Trucks and Cities - An Irish Perspective - John Davis, Regional Director, AECOM
  7. Can Enough Be Enough? – Keith Mortimer, Chair
  8. Panel Discussion: “Policies for Traffic, Trucks and Cities” with Sharon Kindleysides, John Davis, Caroline Pidgeon and Jack Semple
  9. The 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize On Better Roads - Next Steps Julian Glover, 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize
  10. RUC Opportunities and the Major Road Network Phil Carey, Phil Carey Consulting Ltd
  11. Ofcom Consultation on extending WLAN into 5.8GHZ – Colin Mabey, Midland Expressway Ltd

The Business News – Keith Mortimer, Chair