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Physical inactivity is the fourth leading risk factor for poor health, and zero carbon policies are urgently needed to combat climate change. The solution? Healthy, active and sustainable travel options.

The Public Health & Sustainable Transport Summit brings together central and local government decision-makers to focus on practical best practice between the public health, transport planning and urban development sectors. 

Boosting active and sustainable travel is a clear winner in the current drive to deliver much-needed social and environmental benefits across the population. A key focus will be emerging new opportunities around integrated and collaborative planning, coming forward in the National Planning Policy Framework, The Department for Transport’s updated appraisal guidance, the National Infrastructure Assessment and Public Health England’s vision.  

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Programme

· Speed Networking
Networking
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· Conference Rooms
Opening Plenary: Aligning Health and Transport Benefits
Welcome address and presentations from Public Health England, Oxfordshire County Council, Bristol City Council and Liverpool City Region.
Adrian Davis Carl Petrokofsky Cllr Suzanne Bartington Sally Hogg Simon O'Brien
· Exhibition
Zero Carbon Strategies Part 1
Join Alex Dawn who will be discussing how data and evidence can demystify the transport decarbonisation challenge for decision makers.
Alex Dawn
· Exhibition
Exhibition
Browse and discuss the latest innovations and services.
· Exhibition
Zero Carbon Strategies Part 2
Laurence Oakes-Ash will be introducing the transport decarbonisation strategy tool for Local Authorities.
Laurence Oakes-Ash
· Conference Rooms
Making Behaviour Change Work: Why Branding is More than a Logo
Ashley  Dalton - Forward Motion Jennifer Evans Kelsey Hibberd - ForwardMotion
· Conference Rooms
How can transport planners help public health professionals
Neil Anderson, Technical Director, Amey Transport Planning and Cllr Suzanne Bartington, Cycling Champion, Oxfordshire CC
Cllr Suzanne Bartington Neil Anderson
· Conference Rooms
Tools, Technology and Boosting Active Travel
Place-based decarbonisation strategies, improving traffic insights with Artificial Intelligence, Smart streets, Emergency Active Travel Fund investment and more
Zachary Judge Liz Davidson Sam Robinson Daniel Lizarbe Nick Ayland Laurence Oakes-Ash Stephanie Norris
· Conference Rooms
Liveable, Active and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Discussion
Getting Community Buy-In to Deliver Long-Term Visions…
Ben Coleman John McQueen Sam Neal Adam Reynolds
· Exhibition
Zero Carbon Strategies Part 3
Discussing the challenges of decarbonisation and offering some simple steps we can take to promote better planning.
Elliot Reid
· Conference Rooms
Welcome To The Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT) for England & Wales
The PCT provides an evidence base to inform cycling investment
Robin Lovelace Joey Talbot
· Conference Rooms
Creating Healthy Places
How parking strategies impact on active travel, air quality and accessibility, The role the street network in civic life and more.
Andy Salkeld Geoff Collins Katja Stille habib khan Suzanne Audrey Andy Martin Neil Anderson Graham Paul Smith
· Exhibition
Health and Sustainability in the UK
Join Laurence Oakes-Ash who will be discussing what we've learnt from our analysis of 5,000+ Built Up Areas across the UK.
Laurence Oakes-Ash
· Exhibition
40 Evidence-based Interventions for Healthy Places
40 Evidence-based Interventions for Healthy Places
Simon Lusby
· Conference Rooms
Closing Plenary Panel Discussion: Successful Car-Free Strategies
Speakers from Liverpool, First West of England and Witteveen+Bos UK
Rob Pymm Christopher Martin Stephen Edwards Nick Ayland Sam Neal Pam Turton
· Exhibition
Pub Quiz! The Inaugural Public Health and Sustainable Transport Virtual Pub Quiz!
Get your quiz hats on and end the day by joining Simon Lusby for the inaugural Public Health + Sustainable Transport Pub Quiz!
Simon Lusby

Speakers

Rob Pymm

Commercial Director, First West of England

Christopher Martin

Co-Founder + Director of Urban Strategy, Urban Movement

Zachary Judge

Business Development Manager, Vivacity Labs

Stephen Edwards

Director of Policy and Communications, Living Streets

Liz Davidson

CMO, Esoterix Systems

Alex Dawn

Transport Modelling Consultant, City Science

Andy Salkeld

Planning, Transportation and Economic Development, Leicester City Council

Geoff Collins

Sales & Marketing Director, Jenoptik

Simon Lusby

City Science

Elliot Reid

City Science

Kelsey Hibberd - ForwardMotion

Behaviour Change and Communications Manager

Jennifer Evans

Senior Consultant

Ashley Dalton - Forward Motion

South Essex Active Travel Programme Manager

Ben Coleman

Associates, PJA

habib khan

Director, Meristem Design

Katja Stille

Director, Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design

Adrian Davis

Professor of Transport & Health, Edinburgh Napier University

John McQueen

Associate, PJA

Pam Turton

Assistant Director, Transport, Regeneration Directorate, Portsmouth City Council

Neil Anderson

Technical Director, Amey Transport Planning

Andy Martin

Transformational Schemes Sponsor, Transport for London

Suzanne Audrey

Senior Research Fellow in Public Health and Co-director of SHINE

Sam Neal

Consultant Project Manager, Highways, Haringey Council

Carl Petrokofsky

Public Health Consultant, Public Health England

Robin Lovelace

Associate Professor of Transport Data Science, University of Leeds

James Freeman

Managing Director, First West of England

Joey Talbot

Research Fellow, University of Leeds

Laurence Oakes-Ash

CEO, City Science

Nick Ayland

Director, Integrated Transport Planning

Daniel Lizarbe

City Innovation Team, Bristol City Council

Adam Reynolds

Chair, Walk Ride Bath

Cllr Suzanne Bartington

Cycling Champion, Oxfordshire County Council

Sam Robinson

Director, Love to Ride

Stephanie Norris

Associate, Integrated Transport Planning Ltd

Graham Paul Smith

Consultant, Urban Design

Simon O'Brien

Cycling and Walking Commissioner, Liverpool City Region

Sally Hogg

Public Health Consultant, Bristol City Council

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Amey Consulting

Where practicality meets actuality

City Science

Endless Possibilites

Cycle-Works

Secure | Cycle | Parking

Forward Motion

Navigating to new opportunities.

Jenoptik

Traffic technology solutions to improve roads, journeys and communities

Love To Ride

The specialist year-round cycling encouragement and support programme that changes behaviour for good

Meristem Design

Reopening the High Streets Safely

Rediweld Traffic Products

Needing Cycle Lane Separation and Social distancing measures?

The REPLICATE Project

Project looking to increase the quality of life for citizens

Rosehill Highways

Surface-mounted cycle segregation products and active travel solutions.

Vivacity Labs

Improving the future of transport infrastructure using AI to increase active travel and reduce congestion.

Westcotec

Leading designers, manufacturers and installers of LED Vehicle Activated Signs and Technological Traffic systems.

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