Brought to you by WestTrans and Act TravelWise
In recent years, WestTrans has implemented a number of innovative projects which have taken a joined up approach to addressing specific transport, public health and air quality concerns across the West London partnership area.
This training workshop is free and has been devised to offer professionals in London a unique opportunity to hear about how we have achieved positive outcomes by working in partnership, and also network with like-minded professionals from a variety of disciplines who all work towards common objectives.
This is a free event, but spaces are limited so we advice registering your attendance early (by 1 April).
- How air quality messages have successfully been used to engage local communities in changing their travel behaviour and getting more active
- How joined up thinking between public health and transport professionals has helped deliver successful active travel communications and marketing campaigns.
- How new local authority practices have resulted in an increased uptake and quality of development related travel plans
- Insights from a collective of large local businesses that are working together to stimulate changes in travel to/from their sites.
There will also be an extended interactive session when attendees will have the opportunity to work through a contemporary issue with other practitioners and leave with new, innovative and practical ideas to take back to the workplace.
Venue: Transport for London, 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0BD
Date/time: Monday 20 April 2015, 1:30 - 4:30 pm
Registration: via Eventbrite
Capacity: 35 delegates