Smart Transport Conference to explore roadmap to decarbonising transport by 2050

As the UK’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases, the transport and mobility sector has a fundamental role to play in tackling climate change and the Smart Transport conference will be the first major in-person gathering for transport and mobility personnel following COP26 in Glasgow. It’s your opportunity to hear about the transport outcomes from COP26 in detail from experts in the field.

Join senior public and private sector transport leaders as we reunite IN-PERSON this November to:

  1. Hear about the challenges around zero carbon infrastructure
  2. Discover the future funding of local transport and mobility
  3. Understand the role of commuting
  4. Learn how businesses will be working with Government to change employee travel and mobility habits
  5. Access thought leadership
  6. Participate in pivotal discussions leading the sector forward through debates and live Q&As
  7. Network with senior transport and mobility decision-makers

This a must-attend event for anyone who wants to understand how the public and private sectors can work together to achieve transport policy.

Register now for November 2021 ➔



Session topics include

Putting the spotlight on the freight and logistics sector as it charts its course to net zero

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Looking at the role of commuting and how businesses will be working with the Government to change employee travel habits

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Examining the challenges around zero carbon infrastructure, which will be fundamental to decarbonising transport modes



Trudy Harrison

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
Department for Transport (DfT)

Lord Deben

Climate Change Committee

Pete Dyson

Behavioural Scientist & Co-Author of Transport for Humans

Why attend?

Public Sector

For smart cities to deliver on the promise of digital transformation, the city authorities, and their attitude to strategy and planning, are critical.

Join important discussions on:

  • How to enforce local and central government policy sustainably and efficiently
  • Making the right investment in a poorly funded transport infrastructure
  • Reducing congestion and improving air quality in our cities
  • Ensuring transport infrastructure is safer and more accessible
  • Improving people's health and wellbeing
  • Building a Britain fit for the future

Private Sector

Disruption in transport provides commercial opportunities and collaborations for the private sector to facilitate the transformation of travel and transport for all.

Come together with public sector leaders and policy makers to:

  • Learn the practical steps needed for your solutions to turn the Government's vision into reality
  • Identify the most important current and emerging opportunities to turn policy into investment
  • Access unique content and discussions that break down the silos in transport


Headline Strategic Partners

  • ABB
  • CNG Fuels
  • Enterprise
  • FedEx
  • Geotab
  • Ginger
  • Padam Mobility
  • Renault