Pre-Summit walking tour led by West Yorkshire Combined Authority


Registration at Bradford Bankside Hotel with tea and coffee served upon arival


Hosts' Welcome and Introduction to Event

Actions since last year’s Summit and introduction to this year’s theme, objectives & programme.

- Peter Stonham, Chairman, Landor LINKS
- Richard Walker, Transport Planning and Strategy Adviser, North & Devolution, Department for Transport
- Representative from West Yorkshire Combined Authority


The UK local transport landscape: where are we now

Perspectives from different stakeholders /connected players addressing this year's key themes:

- Governance
- New paradigms
- Decarbonisation
- Ecoomic Growth
- Placemaking
- Power/Propulsion


- Stephen Fidler, Director, Local Transport, Department for Transport
- Professor Greg Marsden, Prof of Transport Studies, Institure for Transport Studies
- Jon Sandford, National Lead on Infrastructure Planning, Homes England
- Mike Holmes, Technical Director, WSP
- Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Transport Focus
- Lord Bob Kerslake, Chair, UK2070 Commission (invited)

Session to be followed by Q&A and will be chaired by: Andrew Forster, Editor, Local Transport Today


Comfort break


Introducing West Yorkshire:

- Local transport landscape
- Strategic issues identified
- Example of local innovation best practice


Round table discussion groups:

- Decarbonising transport/the climate emergency: 
Professor Greg Marsden, Prof of Transport Studies, Institure for Transport Studies & Jillian Anable, Chair in Transport and Energy, Institure for Transport Studies

- Getting stuff done, cheaper and faster: how do we gear up and get serious about delivery
Neil Chadwick, Director, Steer

- Technological/business model innovation and appropriate local transport framework responses
Mike Holmes, Technical Director, WSP

- Citizen-focused future mobility planning and decision-making
James Gleave, Founder, Gleave Consulting

- West Yorkshire Combined Authority case study

- West Yorkshire Combined Authority case study 2


Report back findings from round tables discussion


Comfort break


Future Mobility Zones:

- Regional Speakers who have won FMZ funding
- Technologists
- DfT policy lead for FMZ fund
- FMZ/FM concepts from private sector


- Anthony Ferguson, Deputy Director, Traffic and Technology, Department for Transport
- Paul O'Neill, Managing Director, Intelligent Data Collection
- Nicola Kane, Head of Strategic Planning, Transport for Greater Manchester
- Beate Kubitz, Author, Travel Spirit Foundation
- Portsmouth & Southampton representative

- West Yorkshire Combined Authority representative


Networking reception followed by a 3 course networking dinner