UK BUS SUMMIT

6TH FEBRUARY 2020

QEII CENTRE LONDON
BROAD SANCTUARY WESTMINSTER
LONDON SW1P 3EE

BOOKING

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Available Tickets:

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We are also delighted to present a fantastic offer to all attendees! Should you choose 4 tickets for this event, the fourth ticket will be free (cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts).

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SPEAKERS


  • SPEAKERS

  • David Brown

    Chief Executive
    Go-Ahead
  • Andy Eastlake - Session Chair

    Managing Director
    LowCVP
  • Stephen Fidler - Session Chair

    Director of Local Transport
    DfT
  • Claire Haigh

    Chief Executive
    Greener Journeys
  • Gareth Powell

    Managing Director – Surface Transport
    TfL
  • Cllr Liam Robinson

    Transport Portfolio Holder
    Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
  • Anthony Smith - Session Chair

    Chief Executive
    Transport Focus
  • Mark Threapleton

    Chief Operations Officer
    Stagecoach
  • Graham Vidler

    Chief Executive
    CPT
  • Gerard Whelan

    Director, Corporate Finance, Government and Infrastructure
    KPMG
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