Why attend?

Managing the movement and parking of vehicles is vital to ensuring the health and vitality of towns and cities. This means that parking and traffic management teams are an essential service.

The traffic and parking sector has played a central role in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Towns and cities across the UK implemented an impressive range of emergency traffic and street-scene measures, including pop-up cycleways and wider pavements to make cycling and walking safer, while supporting the logistics sector in maintaining essential supplies and services were maintained

Traffic + Parking is a forum in which parking and traffic management professionals from both the public and private sectors can gather to discuss the operational issues that really matter to them, and also learn about the latest policy, legislative and technology developments from leaders in the field.

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Themes for discussion include...

  • Moving traffic regulation and enforcement

  • Parking payment policy and technology

  • Digitisation of parking services

  • The role of big and open data

  • Electric vehicle charging

  • Mobility hubs

  • Kerbside management

  • Road space reallocation schemes

  • Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

  • Clean air schemes

  • School streets

  • Regulating pavement parking

  • Residential parking

  • Consultation and public engagement

  • Blue Badges and accessible parking

  • Cycle, e-bike and e-scooter parking

  • Road user charging and workplace parking levies

  • The taxation of parking

 
Delegates

Who you will meet

  • Local authority parking managers

  • Private sector parking contractors

  • Traffic managers

  • Road safety specialists

  • Motoring organisations

  • Logistics and delivery organisations

  • Car club operators

  • Transport consultants

  • Debt recovery agents

  • Uniform suppliers

  • Parking equipment and technology suppliers

  • Payment processing specialists

  • IT companies

  • App developers

  • Technologists

  • Town centre managers

  • Urban regeneration experts

  • Signs and lines specialists

 

Conference programme

Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed. Updates to follow.

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09:30

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Registration

Tea & coffee served in the exhibition area.

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10:00

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Enforcement trends

 

The keynote session will examine the implementation of traffic and parking regulations, bus lanes, School Streets, Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs), air quality schemes, local speed restrictions and noise pollution.

 

Planned themes

 

  • People-friendly streets, active travel and the new mobility:
    How can we get drivers to share our journey?

  • Talent and technology keep the city moving

  • Citizen enforcement: Harnessing the eyes and cameras of the public

  • Traffic and parking appeals: Making the rules road work for drivers and local authorities

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11:30

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Morning break

Tea & coffee served in the exhibition area.

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12:00

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Better streets

 

Traffic and parking teams are at the forefront of managing streets and kerbsides, delivering clean air schemes, shared mobility services, business spaces and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

 

Planned themes: A selection from the following…

 

  • Low traffic neighbourhoods

  • Connecting up the electric city

  • Delivering the goods

  • Clean air schemes (local)

  • Clean air schemes (citywide)

  • Parklets-plus

  • Mapping the kerbside

  • Enabling new mobility (car clubs, e-bikes, e-scooters)

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13:30

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Lunch

Networking lunch served in the exhibition area.

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14:30

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Payment trends

 

The popular payment session will explore the trend, including multi-vendor and open market operations, virtual permits and integrating parking and electric vehicle chargepoint transactions.

 

Planned themes:

 

  • National Parking Platform update

  • The open market for parking payment

  • My car and I: Beyond parking permits

  • Everything is connected

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15:30

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Charging for charging: Connecting EV chargepoints and parking

The big discission at Traffic + Parking 2022 will focus on the convergence happening between the parking and electric vehicle charging infrastructure sectors. In particular, we will look at how the systems, procedures, advantages and obstacles to linking charging for parking and charging!

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16:30

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Networking reception

Drinks served at the bar.

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17:30

Conference close

 

Speaker biographies

Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed. Updates to follow.

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Mark Moran

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Event Programmer

& Editor, Parking Review

Mark Moran is the editor of Parking Review magazine and programmer of Traffic + Parking.

Mark has been the editor of Parking Review magazine since its launch in 1989. Besides the magazine, he launched and organises the annual British Parking Awards and a number of of other regular events.

In parallel to writing about traffic and parking, Mark is also a contributing editor to LTT, curates the Transports Responds bulletin and launched Evolution, a new digital magazine covering the emerging worlds of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and shared mobility.

 

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Chris Harrison

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Technical Director,

Project Centre

Chris will be discussion issues such as the design and delivery of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.

 

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Anjna Patel MBE

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Principal Officer Parking and Safer and Sustainable Travel,

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Anjna will be chairing the session Can we create streets for all?

 

Organised by:

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Presented by:

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Parking Review

Sponsored by:

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Local Authority attendees register free

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