UK TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT

23RD MAY 2018

15 CANADA SQUARE
LONDON E14 5GL

OVERVIEW

The National Infrastructure Commission are in consultation mode in the first half of 2018. They want to gauge opinion on their plans to tackle congestion on our transport networks, increase capacity and reduce carbon. While energy and better broadband connections feature strongly in the NIC's recommendations it is transport which takes most of their attention.

The Summit will be held alongside the NIC and will be attended by a number of their commissioners. They will set out their thinking and seek feedback from stakeholders and attendees.

There will also be the opportunity for key delivery organisations to communicate what they see as their priorities and to enter into an open, transparent and iterative dialogue with the NIC.

Key themes will be:

-How much should we rely on more Infrastructure capacity compared with squeezing more out of existing capacity through smart pricing?
-How will the digital revolution change travel patterns and deliver more capacity?
-How can transport investment help the UK to tackle the shortage of housing?

The Summit will cover rail, road and aviation connectivity.

 

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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