Hear from the country’s leading policy makers and private sector experts on how they are working together to deliver transport decarbonisation and understand the important role you can play.

Senior UK policymakers and Government officials will share valuable insight and knowledge to help the public and private sectors collaborate and turn future transport goals into reality at November’s Smart Transport Conference in London.

The conference will address the important issues of the moment including:

  • Decarbonising commuting
  • Making the railways part of an integrated passenger and freight network
  • The Road Investment Strategy’s (RIS3) contribution to decarbonisation
  • Planning reforms and their impact on transport
  • Overcoming public backlash against new transport policies
  • Using data to plan transport policies

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Headline Strategic Partners

Why attend?

Public Sector

  • Learn about the Government’s latest transport strategy and challenges on the road to net zero
  • ​Find out how data can be leveraged to help local authorities implement transport policies
  • Discover how to overcome public backlash when changing a transport policy
  • ​Understand how fully integrated transport systems can attract inward investment
  • Learn how local authorities could introduce measures to help ease the cost-of-living crisis and its impact on public transport

Private Sector

  • Learn how to collaborate with the public sector to help them achieve their Levelling Up ambitions and work alongside local authorities and other key stakeholders to make Local Transport Plans (LTP) a reality
  • ​Hear about opportunities available as part of the next steps of the Government’s Transport Decarbonisation Plan
  • Unlock commercial opportunities presented by government policy
  • Understand public sector pressures as policymakers outline their biggest challenges and reveal the roadmap to addressing them


Session topics include

Decarbonising commuting

Using data to plan transport policies

Making the railways part of an integrated passenger and freight network



Chris Boardman

Chris Boardman

Active Travel England (ATE)

Trudy Harrison

Minister of State
Department for Transport (DfT)

Seb Dance

Deputy Mayor, Transport and Deputy Chair
Transport for London


See the highlights from our May Conference below:


Headline Strategic Partners

  • ABB
  • Enterprise
  • FedEx
  • Ginger
  • Padam Mobility