Traffic + Parking 2019

4 December, Manchester Conference Centre www.Traffic-Parking.uk

Traffic & Parking: The world of street and kerbside management

The effective management of the kerbside, innovative payment technology, the creation of School Streets and enforcement of the Blue Badge scheme are all on the agenda at Traffic + Parking 2019.

Traffic + Parking, which takes place in Manchester on 4 December, is an annual forum which parking and traffic management professionals can discuss the operational issues that really matter to them.

The BPA'S Head of Technology Julian O'Kelly, will be taking part, sharing the latest results from the TRO Discovery project and looking at the way in which smarter use of data can enhance parking as a service.

Traffic + Parking will be attended by local authority officers, councillors, policymakers, management contractors, technologists, academics, consultants and campaigners, will be attending the event, which is organised by Landor LINKS and Parking Review magazine.

Free places for local authorities

There is a limited free delegate place offer for local authority officers. To find out more visit the official website: www.Traffic-Parking.uk

The speakers

There will be presentations on the latest policy, legislative and technology developments from leaders in the parking, transport and related fields. Confirmed speakers include: 

  • Silviya Barrett, Research Manager, Centre for London
  • Andy Brookfield, Regional Director, Project Centre
  • Peter Davies, Head of Digital Transformation, Canterbury City Council
  • Anthony Eskinazi, Chief Executive, JustPark
  • Graham Footer, Chief Executive Officer, Disabled Motoring UK
  • Hannah Fuller, Client Director, PayByPhone
  • Sam Margolis, Transport Policy & Programmes Team Manager, Camden Council
  • Julian O’Kelly, Head of Technology, Innovation and Research, BPA
  • Andrew Potter, Director, Parking Perspectives
  • Paul Slowey, Director, BBFI
  • Jenny Wiles, Regional Director (North), Living Street
  • Penny Winder, Director, Alpha Parking