UK TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT

23RD MAY 2018

15 CANADA SQUARE
LONDON E14 5GL

AGENDA

08:15-09:00

Registration

09:00-09:30                                                              

Keynote Address

09:30-10:45

Session 1: Major Transport Infrastructure Projects
Chaired by James Stewart, Vice-Chair, KPMG

  • Mark Thurston, CEO, HS2 
    How HS2 will improve connectivity and transform rail capacity
  • Barry White, CEO, TfN
    Connecting the cities across the Pennines: HS3
  • John Holland Kaye, CEO Heathrow Airport 
  • How Heathrow's 3rd runway will boost connectivity within the UK and internationally
10:45-11:15

Refreshment break

    11:15-12:30      

    Session 2: Digital Technology - how smart transport can reduce infrastructure pressures
    Chaired by Ross Agnew, Partner, Asset Management Advisory, KPMG

    • David Waboso, Managing Director, Digital Railway, Network Rail 
      How the digital railway can be transformational
    • Andy Bell, VP UK Urban Rail Signalling, Thales
      A Digital Journey: Modernising London's Tube
    • Lucy Dean, Associate at Volterra Partners 
      Getting the balance between more tarmac and demand management in a world of autonomous vehicles
    • Russell Goodenough, Client Managing Director: Transport Sector, Fujitsu
      How digital technology is enabling transport organisations to put the passenger at the heart of operations
    12:30-13:30 Lunch

    13:30-14:45

    Session 3: National Infrastructure Commission: interactive discussion on the emerging themes for transport in the National Infrastructure Assessment
    Chaired by Jonathan White, Head of Infrastructure, Building & Construction, KPMG

    • Julia Prescot, Commissioner, National Infrastructure Commission
    • Greg McClymont, Lead on Cities and Transport, National Infrastructure Commission
    • Jonathan Hale, Transport Lead, National Infrastructure Commission
    14:45-15:15


    Refreshment Break

    15:15-16:30

    Session 4: Connected liveable city regions: how do we pay for properly connected, and liveable cities?
    Chaired by Lewis Atter, Associate Partner KPMG

    • Claire Haigh, Chief Executive, Greener Journeys
    • Gerard Whelan, ‎Director, Corporate Finance, KPMG LLP
      For the new wave of housing we need to learn the lessons of the past and build desirable accommodation in areas that are well connected
    • Vernon Everitt,Managing Director, Customers, Communication and Technology, Transport for London
      From Crossrail 1 to Crossrail 

    SPEAKERS


    • KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    • Sir John Armitt

      Chair
      National Infrastructure Commission

    • SPEAKERS

    • Ross Agnew

      Partner, Asset Management Advisory
      KPMG
    • Lewis Atter

      Associate Partner
      KPMG
    • Andy Bell

      VP UK Urban Rail Signalling
      Thales
    • Lucy Dean

      Associate
      Volterra Partners
    • Vernon Everitt

      Managing Director, Customers, Communication and Technology
      Transport for London
    • Claire Haigh

      Chief Executive
      Greener Journeys
    • Jonathan Hale

      Lead on Strategic Transport
      National Infrastructure Commission
    • Russell Goodenough

      Transportation and Logistics
      Fujitsu
    • John Holland-Kaye

      Chief Executive
      Heathrow Airport
    • Greg McClymont

      Lead on Cities and Transport
      National Infrastructure Commission
    • Julia Prescot

      Commissioner
      National Infrastructure Commission
    • James Stewart

      Vice Chair
      KPMG
    • Mark Thurston

      Chief Executive
      HS2 Ltd
    • David Waboso

      Managing Director
      Digital Railway, Network Rail
    • Barry White

      Chief Executive
      Transport for the North
    • Jonathan White

      Head of Infrastructure, Building & Construction
      KPMG
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