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Programme Released for #2018TPM! 

The 16th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting will be held in Oxford! The draft programme for Transport Planning event of the summer is now available! 

Visit the TPM website to find out more and don't forget to book your space today!

 

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

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Transport Modelling for Non-Modellers

9-10 May, Dublin

29-30 August, Glasgow

4-5 September, Birmingham

Is transport modelling something of an unknown quantity that you need to know more about? This course provides an indispensable introduction for anyone from a non-modelling background, and is designed for those managing transportation projects that involve an element of modelling.

Mobile Data and Transport Planning

12 July, London

Mobile Network Data can provide a valuable data source to transportation projects and provide a wealth of information insights relating to user trips and user behaviour. This course provides an introduction to the mobile technology and how data is processed in order to provide insight to the transportation industry.

Cycling for Transport, London

20-21 March, London

The increasing concerns over reducing road congestion and lowering NO2 levels throughout the country is just one of the factors behind the desire to increase the use of cycling as a main mode of transportation. This course is designed to provide a solid introduction to cycling considerations.