Encouraging a modal shift to active travel modes will make London greener and healthier as a city to live in. The Mayor’s Transport Strategy set the ambition to have 80% of all journeys in the capital done by walking, cycling or public transport by 2041, while TFL Liveable Neighbourhoods programme is giving boroughs the opportunity to create streets and places that encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport.
What are current successful strategies that can be shared and applied across London? What is the role of new services such as dockless bike sharing schemes in making cycling more accessible? What are the challenges in regulating, funding and managing them?
This annual event brings together urban designers, planners, local authorities and other professionals to address how active travel can be implemented across the capital. Presentations will cover strategies for healthier neighbourhoods, cycling infrastructure, streets design and new mobility.
Part of the NLA Transport & Infrastructure Programme
Will Norman, Mayor of London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner
Jon Little, Director, Bespoke Transport Consulting
Carlo Castelli, Head of Cities Solutions, Jacobs
Brian Deegan, Design Engineer, Urban Movement
Lucy Cooper, Partnership Manager, The London Cycling Campaign
Bruce McVean, Strategic transport Group Manager, City of London Corporation
Sarah Wigglesworth, Director, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
Hamish Steward, Car-Free London Campaign
Phil Berczuk, Director, Head of Design, Steer
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Further speakers to be announced...
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