This free interactive and interdisciplinary event at University of Bristol on 23 May 2019 seeks to develop and apply our joint expertise to identify opportunities for collaboration to accelerate technological, behavioural and institutional transitions towards sustainable connected places.

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Act TravelWise is supporting the Traffic Removal UK network in holding its third free event, this time in Portsmouth on Thursday 6 June 2019. Hear how traffic removal tools can be used to help us to deliver liveable cities.

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Why not consider becoming a Regional Representative of Act TravelWise? Join us in Birmingham on 11 June 2019 for an afternoon workshop to learn more about the role and share tips on how to organise successful regional meetings. It's an excellent development opportunity, so perhaps there are new employees of our members who could be nominated. All existing Regional Representatives should also attend.

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The inaugural Liveable Neighbourhoods Conference on 10 July 2019 is designed as the first meeting place of all programme leaders, officers, engineers, policy-makers and planners who will be working on Liveable Neighbourhoods programmes across Greater London. Act TravelWise members are entitled to a 20% discount.

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Cycle County Active County 2019 is the 7th annual event in the Cycle City Active City event series, organised by Landor LINKS. The conference will take place 5-6 September 2019 at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford. A 20% Act TravelWise member discount is available.

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CoMoUK would like to invite you to join them for the next in CoMoUK's series of webinars, taking place on Tuesday 21 May 2019 at 11:00 am. The session will provide a chance to hear more from bike share operators who are new to the UK. It will be an opportunity to learn more about the latest sector developments.

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On Tuesday 2 April 2019 at University of Birmingham, we'll be holding an all-day training workshop specifically for practitioners from universities and hospitals across the UK (and those who work with them) to learn about established best practice and innovation in sustainable travel and parking policy. Led by Richard Adams and Chris Carter of AECOM, the training workshop will also include content from several university and hospital transport managers. Registration is now open.

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