22/06/2010: New Policy Directions, Managing Demand and Supporting a Low Carbon Economy with Lower Budgets

Managing transport demand on both the interurban and urban networks involves an increasingly important set of tools to meet the major national objectives of improving journey time reliability and reducing carbon emissions. Cost effective ways to manage demand will come into increasing focus over the next few years as public spending tightens.

This conference is aimed at senior practitioners and policy makers in Local Authorities, network operators, public transport operators, consultants and contractors to provide examples of demand management policy implementation, strategies and tools, and how these policies may evolve following the General Election. It covers both physical and economic measures to manage traffic and ‘soft measures’ to change attitudes and behaviours, and includes UK and international experiences.

For further information please visit the CIHT website or contact:

t: (0)20 7336 1570
f: (0)20 7336 1556
e: conferences@ciht.org.uk