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UK Road Maintenance: Delivering Smarter, Safer Journeys
New policy development for road management - examine with DfT

Tuesday 24th January 2012 , Guoman Charing Cross Hotel, Central London, 09:15 - 16:00

We have limited £99 places* available to attend this forum. This offer is available to public and third sector organisation.

The National Infrastructure Plan committed over £10 billion for maintenance and investment in key road and local transport schemes and a further £1.4bn has been committed to fund new strategic road schemes between now and 2015. Furthermore, in the Autumn Statement 2011 the government announced that it will be investing over £1 billion to tackle areas of congestion and improve the national road network as well as committing £170 million of extra funding to allow more local transport projects to go ahead.

The Transport Committee’s Out of the Jam: reducing congestion on our roads report, published September 2011, states that tackling congestion should be viewed in the wider context of transport policy. The estimated cost of congestion to business is set to rise by £10-12 billion over the period from 2003 to 2025. The report recommends that a tougher driving test, greater use of real-time information systems and better co-ordination between road management authorities offer affordable methods by which to curb road congestion.

The timely forum will offer delegates the opportunity to hear the governments UK road strategy and discuss solutions to creating a smarter, safer and a more efficient road network.

WHY ATTEND?

- Learn how the £10 billion for maintenance and investment in key road and local transport schemes will be allocated
- Explore research and development: opportunities to engage with industry
- Examine new technology solutions to support the Government's future transport vision
- Hear from key experts of this industry about the £1.4bn to fund new strategic road schemes
- Understand the Saving lives, Saving Money report recommendations

WHY REGISTER TODAY? £99 rate available Book Online or call 0845 666 0664

*Quote 'RMCC99' in the comments field to validate the £99 rate

KEY THEMES OF THE AGENDA: (weblink)

Chair
- Sue Percy, Chief Executive, The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CONFIRMED)

KEYNOTE SESSIONS
Morning Keynote: Future of UK Road Management - An English Perspective
- Haydn Davies, Local Directorate - Highways Maintenance and Efficiency Programme & Rural, Department for Transport (CONFIRMED)

Special Keynote: Maintaining the Road Network: Future Objectives
- David Poole, Procurement Director, Highways Agency & Member, Highways Efficiency Liaison Group (CONFIRMED)

Afternoon Keynote: Using Intelligent Transport Systems to Relieve Congestion, Improve Safety, and Increase Mobility
- Andrew Everett, Head of Transport, Technology Strategy Board (CONFIRMED)

PLANNING
Maintaining a Resilient Road Network: Planning for Severe Weather Conditions
- Senior representative, ADEPT (invited)

LOCAL ROAD NETWORK
Implementing Lane Rental Scheme – Minimising Disruption and Congestion to The Local Road Network
- Councillor Shona Johnstone, Vice-Chair, Local Government Association's Economy and Transport Programme Board (CONFIRMED)

ROAD SAFETY
Innovative Solutions to Improving Road Safety
- Councillor Melville Kendal, Executive Member for Environment and Transport, Hampshire Council (CONFIRMED)

CASE STUDY
Case Study: Transport for London's Network Operating Strategy – Driving Economic Growth Through An Efficiently Managed Road Network
- Garrett Emmerson, Chief Operating Officer – Surface Transport, Transport for London (CONFIRMED)

Case Study: Obtaining Better Value from Highway Asset Management
- Chris Allen-Smith, Service Manager (Asset Management & Maintenance), Hertfordshire County Council and Chair, Highway Asset Management Financial Information Group (CONFIRMED)

Case Study: Working in Partnership to Deliver Innovation and Achieve Efficiencies
- David Walters, Contracts Manager, Built Environment, Staffordshire County Council (CONFIRMED)

£99 rate available - Book Online

View the agenda online here

For further information or for group booking enquiries, please email enquiries@insidegovernment.co.uk or call 0845 666 0664. Places are limited and early booking is therefore advisable.

Please feel free to pass this email onto colleagues who you think might be interested in attending.

*Discount available to public / voluntary sector organisations only. Organisation sector and promotional codes must be entered correctly at the time of booking as amendments cannot be accepted afterwards.
That would be most interesting to attend!

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