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Overcoming the Challenges of Poor Air Quality

By: Kevin Turpin

Air-quality remains very much at the top of the political agenda in the UK. Whilst everybody has a duty to minimise emissions to air the key stakeholders responsible for managing local air-quality...
18 January 2018/Number of views (38)

Happy Holidays from PTRC

By Brogan McPherson

The festive season is my favourite time of year; it is even more of a delight to live in London as the lights turn on, the Christmas trees go up and the mulled wine is warmed. The weather...
12 December 2017/Number of views (262)

Announcing the 16th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting Call for Papers

TPM is the annual meeting place for all transport planners, placemakers, highway engineers and urban transport designers. TPM brings the wider transport and built environment community...
05 December 2017/Number of views (270)
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Announcing #2018TPM! 

The 16th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting will be held in Oxford! A Call for Papers has been released encouraging all practitioners' to submit abstracts on a wide variety of subjects. 

 

More information can be found at www.transportconference.co.uk

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NEW! Overcoming the Challenges of Poor Air Quality

1 February, London - Last Chance to Book!

7 June, Birmingham

Forty thousand premature deaths a year are linked to poor air quality in the UK. In response the Government has mandated Local Authorities deliver an Air Quality Plan by December 2018. This course will give participants the understanding and tools they need to take on this task, or any other air quality related project.

Developing Successful School Travel Plans

6 February, London

With future planning growth and rising populations, the School Travel Plan is as necessary as ever. The 'School Run' remains a key area to tackle; with this course participants will learn new and innovative ways to secure engagement and develop an action plan for moving School Travel Plans forward in their own context.

Construction Management Planning

7 February, London

12 September, Birmingham

This course takes a look at the role of Construction Management Plans as an integral part of the building process. Through practical advice and workshops, participants will receive tools for creatively managing down delivery and freight traffic without compromising the build process.

Traffic and Transport Survey Techniques

13 February, Birmingham

12 September, London

When putting together traffic and transport surveys, how do you know which data collection method is most effective for the project you're working on? This course provides a balanced overview of this often overlooked, but vitally important, element of the transport planning process.