Policy Forum for London

Delivering the Mayor’s Transport Strategy and improving transport links across the South East

Morning, Thursday, 28th March 2019

Central London

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED



This seminar will discuss the challenges facing the delivery and implementation of the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, and wider transport connections across the South East.


Following the publication of the National Infrastructure Assessment, which recommends the Government support the Mayor in funding Crossrail 2, and suggests an indicative budget of £27.7 billion between 2023 and 2036 - attendees will discuss the opportunities for continued investment and development of major transport infrastructure in London and the South East.


With continued levels of air pollution across London exceeding legal limits, sessions will look at the challenges for reducing emissions from both public and private transport, including the expansion of electric fleets and development of Ultra Low Emission Zones, as well as the opportunities for introducing further sustainable and active transportation options.


Planned sessions will also assess the business case for investment in transport infrastructure, and the possibilities for both local and regional economic growth and regeneration.



Guest of Honour

Alex Williams

Director of City Planning, Transport for London

Guest of Honour

Alex Williams

Director of City Planning, Transport for London

Chairs

Caroline Pidgeon AM

Chair, Transport Committee

Caroline Russell AM

Chair, Environment Committee

Speakers

Richard Burnett

Chief Executive, Road Haulage Association

Mary Morrissey

Strategic Director, Environment, Housing and Regeneration, London Borough of Sutton

Janet Cooke

Chief Executive, London TravelWatch

Chris Curtis

Head of Crossrail 2, Network Rail

Richard Dilks

Programme Director, Transport, London First

Councillor Keith Glazier

Chairman, Transport for the South East

Angus Walker

Partner, Planning and Infrastructure, Bircham Dyson Bell and Board Chairman, National Infrastructure Planning Association

Martin Dean

Managing Director, Bus Development, Go-Ahead Group