Programme

Please note that the programme is currently under development.

09.00

Exhibition area

Registration opens. Tea & coffee served in the exhibition area

09.30

Council Chamber

Morning keynote

Mayor Marvin Rees, Bristol

Morning Plenary

Prevention is better than cure – promoting health in all policies

Adrian Davis, Professor of Transport and Health, Edinburgh Napier University

David Croisdale-Appleby, Chair of the Public Health Advisory Committee, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

Councillor Waseem Zaffar, Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment, Birmingham City Council

Aimee Stimpson, National Lead Healthy Places, Health Improvement Directorate, Public Health England

Followed by panel Q+A

11.00

Exhibition area

Morning Break. Tea & coffee served in the exhibition area.

11.30

Council Chamber

The Writing Room

The Library

Room 1P05

Safer & friendlier roads and streets

The DfT 20mph impact evaluation
Jane Robinson, Senior Managing Consultant, Atkins

Making it work: responses to the DfT 20mph impact evaluation
Rod King, Director, 20's Plenty

E-bike speed limits: 20mph?
Scott Snaith, Director & Co-owner, 50cycles

Towards Vision Zero
Stuart Reid, Interim Director Vision Zero, Transport for London

Creating safe & friendly streets: a community approach
Led by Avon & Somerset Constabulary, Bristol City Council & Sustrans

 

Sharpening behaviour change iniitiatives

An overview of successful behaviour change approaches
Alan Tapp, Professor of Social Marketing, University of the West of England, Bristol

New approaches to behaviour change
Allison Coles, Research & Insight, British Cycling

Predicting walking and cycling behaviour change
Emma Bird, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, University of the west of England, Bristol

Motivating physical activity in an NHS Healthy New Town
Hannah Bowden, Programme Director, BetterPoints

New tools: a whole-system approach based on social prescribing
William Bird, Founder, Intelligent Health

Activity and positive health impacts

Cycling and positive impacts on diabetes
Poppy Brett, Chief Executive, LifeCycle

Cycling and long-term health benefits
Jenny Box, Head of Development, England, Cycling UK

Mainstreaming inclusive walking and cycling; a closer look at London policy and casualties 
Lucy Marstrand, Healthy Streets Advisor, Project Centre

The role of mental health on travel mode choice
Rebecca Posner, Psychologist, Transport Research Laboratory

Cycle stories: a very healthy intervention 
Jack Windle, Senior Projects Manager, Love to Ride

Building for bikes


The Dutch approach to junction design

Part one: This Mobycon Masterclass will show you the Dutch approach to building cycling infrastructure. Mobycon are a Dutch transport consultancy with over 30 years' experience delivering cycling projects in the Netherlands and abroad.

Moving cyclists over junctions in a safe way is a vital component of a cycling city. At points where roads meet, and traffic can turn, pedestrians and people on bikes are particularly vulnerable. This three-hour session will take an in-depth look at the principles and ideas that make Dutch junctions safe for all.




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13.00

Exhibition area

Lunch Break. Lunch served in the exhibition area.

14.00

Council Chamber

The Writing Room

The Library

Room 1P05

Streets for schools and children

Streets for young people: supporting local authorities to transform roads outside schools and homes

Facilitated by Sustrans

School Streets – what, where, why
Kate Millard, Senior Consultant, SYSTRA, and Liz Wathen, Traffic & Safety Manager, Islington Council

Hackney's School Streets programme
Tyler Linton, (Acting) Sustainable Transport and Engagement Manager, Hackney Council

Better Bristol school streets: case studies
Bristol City Council and Living Streets

Improving school travel choices across TfGM
Katie Chesworth, Senior Transport Planner, Mott MacDonald

Followed by facilitated Q+A 

Embedding active travel in planning

Collaborating across health, planning and transport – we need to improve now
Lynda Addison, Chair, Transport Planning Society and Sustainable Transport Panel, CIHT

Walking as a means transport: joint working between the University of Bristol, Bristol City Council and the public 
Suzanne Audrey, Senior Research Fellow in Public Health, National Institute for Health Research, Health Protection Research Unit

From high street motorway to healthy high street: the Portsmouth Inspiration Study
Jess Read, Principal Transport Engineer, Witteveen+Bos UK

Waterways and wellbeing: building the evidence base 
Hannah Gibbs, Enterprise Manager, The Canal & River Trust 

Facilitated panel discussion and Q+A

 

Joining up practice and funding

The economic case for healthier urban development: the UPSTREAM project
Eleanor Eaton and Alistair Hunt, University of Bath

Sport England Local Delivery Pilots and case studies
James Watmough, Pilots and Priority Places Manager, Sport England

Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) and LCWIPs – joining the dots
Laurence Oakes-Ash, CEO, City Science

Reducing health-damaging road traffic noise
Benjamin Fenech, Group Leader, Noise and Public Health, Public Health England

Boosting walking through collaborative working and funding
Katie Edmondson, communications and engagement, West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Jennifer Wiles, Regional Director North, Living Streets

Facilitated panel discussion and Q+A

Building for bikes


The Dutch approach to junction design

Part two: This Mobycon Masterclass will show you the Dutch approach to building cycling infrastructure. Mobycon are a Dutch transport consultancy with over 30 years' experience delivering cycling projects in the Netherlands and abroad.

Moving cyclists over junctions in a safe way is a vital component of a cycling city. At points where roads meet, and traffic can turn, pedestrians and people on bikes are particularly vulnerable. This three-hour session will take an in-depth look at the principles and ideas that make Dutch junctions safe for all.





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15.30

Exhibition area

Afternoon Break. Tea & coffee served in the exhibition area.

15.45

Council Chamber

Closing Plenary: the right to breathe or the right to drive?

Poor air quality is the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK: how can we help local authorities to improve emissions from transport in the face of stakeholder opposition?

Eleanor Combley, Leader, Green Group, Bristol City Council

Jim Mills, Director, Air Monitors and lead partner, Breathe London 

Christana Mitsakou, Environmental Public Health Scientist, Public Health England

Dr Kevin Golding-Williams, Head of Cycling and Walking Policy, Department for Transport

Dr Tom Porter, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Cardiff and Vale

 

Exhibition area

17.15

Event close

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TRANSPORT SUMMIT

2019

CITY HALL, BRISTOL

27 MARCH

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