Sponsors and supporters of the Local Transport Summit

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Headline sponsors:

Steer Intelligent Data


Working across cities, infrastructure and transport, we combine commercial, economic, technical and planning expertise to find powerful answers to our clients’ complex challenges. Answers that help people, places and economies thrive.


Intelligent Data Collection


Intelligent Data was established over 11 years ago to provide specialist, high quality transport data for clients in the public and private sectors. In this time ID has established a reputation for exceptional competence and knowledge through evidence based data collection presented in a format suited to our client’s needs.

As a business we have unrivalled experience in many aspects of data collection, analysis and presentation with several thousand complex traffic counts and associated surveys carried out on all road types each year, last year alone our analysis team accurately counted billions of vehicles.


Sponsors and Supporters:

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Department for Transport WSP

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

Hosting this year's summit.

Department for Transport

The DfT have worked with Landor LINKS as the programme partner for the Local Transport Summit 4 year's running.

WSP Group

WSP are a top-tier consultancy combining local dedication with global capacity for local and national government projects as well as local authority markets. We are a leading international professional consulting firm; technical leaders in highways & transportation, civil infrastructure and buildings. We are one of the fastest growing firms in our industry and the professional services firm behind inspiring, award-winning projects. We are No.1 for Transport Planning, No.1 for Local Transport and No.1 for total Transport Employees in the CIHT Directory – We are very proud of that position.

We have:

  • A strong presence in the north of the England from our offices in Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle.
  • 47,900 global employees
  • 8,160 UK and Ireland employees
  • 550 offices across 40 countries

We are committed to ensuring our projects are ready for today and the future. Our flagship innovation and sustainability programme considers how future megatrends in climate, demography, resources and technology will affect our advice and designs. Our experts help create a flexible, resilient, Future Ready world with lower total costs for our clients.

Our people and the communities around us are at the heart of what we do:

  • Member of the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme
  • A signatory of the WISE Ten Steps programme
  • Corporate Patrons of RedR, WaterAid, Article 25 and Cameroon Catalyst
  • Local fundraising and community involvement through WSP Foundation
  • Social Value Advisory Group helps champion Volunteering and Work experience


Jacobs PBA Stantec forty two.


PBA Stantec

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Transport Planning Society


Headline sponsors:

Steer Intelligent Data

Event host:

Programme partner:


West Yorkshire Combined Authority Department for Transport WSP Jacobs PBA Stantec forty two.

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28-29 November - The Mercure Bradford Bankfield Hotel

The 4th annual

Headline sponsors:

The Local Transport Summit is the only opportunity for the movers and shakers in local transport to meet, network and map the future of transport planning and policy. The team behind Local Transport Today, gather the most influential thinkers to join the most important discussion in a generation.  

Anyone who is effected by transport planning and policy should attend The Local Transport Summit and add their voice to the discussion.  

Organised by Landor LINKS

28-29 November
Mercure, Bradford