Cycling + Walking Innovations 2017.
Last Tuesday November 11th, it was celebrated the Cycling + Walking Innovations 2017.
This event was addresed for transport professionals seeking to boost levels of walking and cycling using new technologies, innovative commercial products & services, and also emerging services and delivery business models.
This year, the event has been presented by the Dearment for Transport; organized by Landor LINKS. It has supported the Industrial Strategy of the Government by putting special attention on:
- Placing walking and cylcing at the heart of intelligent mobility.
- How local authorities can work with businesses to drive innovation and learn from the private sector.
The following speakers have been involved in this edition:
- Jesse Norman: Parliamentery Under Secretary og State for Trasnport, Department for Transport.
- Chris Boardman: Cycling Commissioner, Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
- Philip Darnton: Executive Director, The Bicycle Association.
- Laura Peacock: Innovation and Research Manager, Oxfordshire County Council & Smart Oxford / MobOx CIC.
- James Datson: Senior Technologist, Transport Systems Catapult.
- Roger Geffen MB, Campaigns & Polity Manager, Cycling UK.
This unique event has been focused on how cycling and walking is supporting the Governments Industrial Strategy, as mentioned before, by focusing on:
- Using innovation & technology to boost walking and cycling levels.
- Showcasing how local authorties can best work with investors, the private sector, and academia to harness innovation.
- Case studies from innovation fund winners.
It is an agency internationally respected for both its knowledge and expertise across the transport and urban sectors, and its event organization capabilities. Professionals depend on Landor LINKS for authoritative information, news and analysis delivered through targeted events, international resources hubs such as TransportCtra.com and The Resource for Urban Development International, and as well print titles such as the respected journals- Local Transport Today, Parking Review, Placemaking, Better Places, technology, Space and Place, as well as extensive and well connected online and social media networks.
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