12 MAR
Park Plaza Riverbank
London, SE1 7TJ

ABOUT THE AWARDS

The awards are supported by Transport for London and London Councils, and recognise excellence in transport and reward innovation and progress for transport initiatives which are really working in London.

The London Transport Awards are pivotal in recognising the talent, energy and drive that our city's transport professionals devote to delivering millions of safe journeys every day.

This is a huge challenge to meet - the Capital is growing at a phenomenal rate. Record numbers of customers and users rely on our public transport and road networks to get around the city every day. Everyone working in transport – whether planning the services, building the routes, repairing the trains or pulling together the customer information – has a role to play in ensuring London thrives.

The London Transport Awards recognise and celebrate these efforts, right across the Capital.

Mike Brown MVO
Commissioner, Transport for London

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Key Dates

ENTRY DEADLINE: 18 October 2019

SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED: Mid-December 2019

AWARDS CEREMONY: 12 March 2020

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Information for the Ceremony

DRESS CODE: NOT Blacktie - lounge suit / evening attire

RUNNING ORDER:

18:15 Drinks Reception
19:00 Welcome by host 
19:05 Keynote: Heidi Alexander, Deputy Mayor of London for Transport
19:20 Dinner
21:00 After Dinner Speaker: 
21:20 London Transport Awards Presentation
22:20 Close

Bar open until 1am

KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Heidi Alexander

Heidi Alexander
Deputy Mayor of London for Transport

Heidi Alexander was appointed as Sadiq Khan's Deputy Mayor for Transport in June 2018. Before joining the Mayor's team Heidi was the Member of Parliament for Lewisham East from 2010-2018. She served in the Whips' Office before being appointed as Shadow Secretary of State for Health. Between 2006 and 2010 Heidi worked as Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of Lewisham and Cabinet Member for Regeneration.

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