PTRC’s Principles of Traffic and Transport 20-week evening lecture series began in 2004

simple but unique aim to provide a platform for experienced transport professionals to share their knowledge with newer industry recruits and those wanting to broaden their understanding of the...
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Sign of the times - Traffic signs: regulations and general directions update

The PTRC course Traffic Signing – from first principles to best practice is planned for 6th – 7th September 2016 in London. The course will offer an opportunity for participants to...
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Join the PTRC Team!

Are you or someone you know looking for a new role? PTRC is currently recruiting for an Events and Course Manager. Click here to view the full job description and get further information on how to...
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Advancing skills knowledge with PTRC


Here's to another Transport Practitioners' Meeting! A big thank you to all the speakers, delegates and sponsors who made the event a success. Watch this space for updates on the 2017 Call for Papers!


Principles of Traffic & Transport 20 Week Lecture Series

28th September- Glasgow29th September - Birmingham20th October - London

This course provides an indispensable introduction to the broad array of activities that transport planners undertake. Experienced practitioners impart their knowledge of each topic, providing insight into underlying principles and a wealth of hints and tips. While this course has been designed with new entrants to the profession in mind, more experienced transport planners that are looking to broaden their knowledge base will benefit from this course.

Advanced Road Safety Audits and Engineering

4th-5th October, Manchester

Designed for experienced engineers or road safety auditors who wish to enhance and update their knowledge of road safety engineering issues, Day 1 of the course will focus on human factors and safe systems whilst Day 2 will include international road safety engineering and audit processes and how they compare with typical UK practices, with a focus on the World Health Organisation International Decade of Action.

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Modelling for Non-Modellers

5th-6th October - London, 18th-19th January - Manchester, 7th-8th March-Bristol, 26th-27th April - 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.