Travel2Next have been invited to present at this years Modeshift Convention which will be held at the Athena Conferencing and Banqueting centre.
This year’s theme for the convention is “The Multi-Disciplinary Nature Of Delivering Sustainable and Active Travel”.
The convention is a two day event and gives Businesses, Local Authorities and Educational organsiations throughout the UK the opportunity to share best practice with a number of organisations that will presenting over the course of the two days.
Those that are attending the conference will have the opportunity to hear from the below organisations that will be presenting over the two days
- Department Of Transport – Providing a National Government update
- University of Derby – Applying a multi-disciplinary approaches from Public Health to sustainable and active travel
- Healthy Streets Ltd – A street that works for people is a street that’s good for health
- Enfield Council – The Delivery Rocket
- Hackney Council – Hackney’s interdisciplinary approach to change
- East Riding Of Yorkshire Council – Our journey to date
- Next Plc – Travel2Next Department – Our future for sustainable travel
- HSBC UK – Inspiring 2 million people to ride their bike
- Hertfordshire County Council – A whole town approach to increase active travel, utilising partnerships for best outcome
- London Borough of Ealing – STARS – Supporting schools who need, schools who want and those that just don’t know!
- Go Travel Solutions – Demand Responsive Transport – Is this the answer for new housing schemes
- Islington Council – Moreland Street Re-imaged
- Swindon Borough Council – Using Modeshift STARS in the planning process
- South Gloucestershire Council – Residential travel planning at South Gloucestershire Council
- Transport for New Homes – How can we work in partnership to achieve consistency and secure the delivery of Travel Plans
- Westminster City Council – Westminster’s Active Streets Programme
- Sustrans – Big Pedal 2019
- GoSmarter, North Tyneside –
- Staffordshire County Council – Staffordshire’s Air Aware Project
- Brightkidz – ST:EPS to Great Partnerships
- Wiltshire Council – Sustaining behaviour change in the field of active travel for school journeys
- Global Action Plan – Insights on public engagement on tackling air pollution
- Transport for West Midlands – Plan ahead and keep moving in the West Midlands
- Transport for New Homes – Avoiding car dependence in new housing developments
Next will also be on a panel Discussion session(How we can all work in partnership to promote sustainable travel?), alongside Leicester City Council, West Midlands Trains, Living Streets, HSBC, and Dallimore Nursery & Primary School.The Panel will be chaired by British Cycling policy manager Nick Chamberlain