Why attend The Transport & Health Summit 2018?

Sustainable Transport + Health

Transport & Health 2018 will showcase the quality sustainable travel infrastructure and behaviour change initiatives that are enabling more active and healthier lifestyles.

It will show how local authorities, practitioners and communities are making the most of significant new opportunities for closer collaboration between transport planning, public health and regeneration professionals in order to:

  • Civilise streets and enable active travel

  • Design-in health and activity

  • Improve air quality and reduce noise pollution

  • Learn from monitoring and evaluation outputs

  • Enable better access to jobs, education, services and amenities via green transport options

  • Support networking, knowledge-sharing and capability building

  • Communicate the benefits of sustainable transport and healthier lifetsyles to the community

  • Increase rates of physical activity, improve wellbeing and reduce obesity 

Your delegate pass includes access to:

  • A number of exclusive study tours around flagship schemes in Portsmouth

  • One of the biggest Speed Learning sessions to be held in the UK

  • An extended networking event including drinks and networking at The Spinnaker Tower

  • Access to all plenary, workshop and seminar sessions

  • Post-event summary and speaker slides

Who should attend:

  • Transport planners

  • Urban planners

  • Public health practitioners

  • Travel planners

  • Walking and cycling officers

  • Project managers

  • Specialist consultants

  • Academics

  • Charities and third sector

  • Campaign groups


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Hosted by Bristol City Council
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Delegate & Logistics Enquiries: I 020 7091 7865
Sponsorship & Exhibiting Enquiries: I 020 7091 7891

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