NORTH OF ENGLAND TRANSPORT SUMMIT

15TH NOVEMBER 2018

OVERVIEW

For 2018, the North of England Transport Summit has returned to Manchester! 

Our one day Summit on 15 November 2018 will bring together the key politicians and practicioners to discuss and debate the future transport strategy for the north of England.

Supported by Transport for the North and TfGM, the 3rd Annual North of England Transport Summit will include the following themes:

  • The long term rail strategy in the North
  • Integrated and smart travel
  • The strategic road network
  • Growing bus patronage in the North – Alliance, Franchising and Partnerships

SPEAKERS


  • KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • Barry White

    Chief Executive
    Transport for the North
  • Andy Burnham

    Mayor of Greater Manchester

  • SPEAKERS

  • Prof. David Begg - Session Chair

    Chief Executive
    Transport Times
  • David Sidebottom - Session Chair

    Passenger Director
    Transport Focus
  • Councillor Judith Blake

    Leader
    Leeds City Council
  • Robert Drewery

    Commercial Director
    Optare
  • Russell Goodenough

    Transportation and Logistics
    Fujitsu
  • Sir Peter Hendy CBE

    Chair
    Network Rail
  • David Hoggarth

    Strategic Rail Director
    Transport for the North
  • Peter Molyneux

    Major Roads Director
    Transport for the North
  • Steve Montgomery

    MD - UK Rail
    FirstGroup
  • Jim O'Sullivan

    Chief Executive
    Highways England
  • Alastair Richards

    Programme Director – Integrated and Smart Travel (IST)
    Transport for the North
  • Tim Roberts

    Key Account Manager
    Cubic Transportation System
  • Councillor Liam Robinson

    Chair
    Merseytravel
  • Maggie Simpson

    Executive Director
    Rail Freight Group
  • Simon Warburton

    Transport Strategy Director
    Transport for Grater Manchester
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Colin Matthews

Chairman, Highways England