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Why attend?

WHY ATTEND?

Physical inactivity is the fourth most important risk factor for poor health. Zero carbon policies are urgently needed to combat climate change.
The solution? Healthy, active and sustainable travel options.

Transport + Health 2024 brings together central and local government decision-makers with their consultant supply chain and innovative product and service providers. The focus is on innovation and best practice over a decade of collaborative working across the public health, transport planning and urban development sectors.

The keynotes, breakout sessions and workshops will share best practice on:

  • Air quality and noise management initiatives

  • Public transport improvement and integration

  • Delivering active travel infrastructure

  • Behaviour change initiatives and incentives

  • Settlements that encourage activity and provide connectivity

  • Transport equality and inclusion

  • Promoting evidence-based approaches through knowledge and skills transfer

  • Cross sector collaboration: frameworks and funding

  • Maximising co-benefits through active planning

  • Improving the health 'viability' of neighbourhoods

  • Traffic restraint and demand management

  • Land use, housing, social cohesion and transport

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Environmental pollution and physical inactivity are key health risks, yet recent research outcomes remain hopeful. Studies show that the evidence for positive impacts related to increasing physical activity is encouraging, especially for town and city-wide interventions.

Addressing health in communities means ensuring that all professionals involved in shaping the built environment, and the embedded transport options that help people go about their daily activities, are working towards promoting healthy lifestyles.

This event is for:

  • Transport and urban planners

  • Population and public health professionals

  • Public transport professionals

  • Highways and transport engineers

  • Active travel professionals

  • Data and modelling experts

  • Marketing and behaviour change professionals

  • Directors of strategy and services

  • Academics and researchers

  • Community groups and campaigners

  • Transport technologists

  • New mobility pioneers

Call for papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

Transport + Health 2024 on October 15 in Bristol is an important opportunity to bring transport and health professionals together to share best practice and improve engagement across the inter-related fields of transport and health. Read more here

If you have a suggestion for a presentation, demonstration or a workshop, please send it,
in no more than 250 words, to Juliana at: 
juliana.orourke@landor.co.uk

 

Please include talk title, description, speaker details and email address.

 

The closing date is 31 July 2024.

We are looking for content in the following areas:

  • Air quality and noise management initiatives

  • Public transport improvements and integration

  • Delivering quality active travel infrastructure

  • Behaviour change initiatives and incentives

  • Settlements that encourage activity and provide connectivity

  • Transport equality and inclusion

  • Promoting evidence-based approaches through knowledge and skills transfer

  • Cross sector collaboration: frameworks and funding

  • Maximising co-benefits through active planning

  • Improving the health 'viability' of neighbourhoods

  • Traffic restraint and demand management

  • Land use, housing, social cohesion and transport

  • Data collection, analysis and measurement tools

  • Monitoring and evaluation approaches

The programme

Programme

Please note that the programme is currently being programmed.

 

If you are interested in speaking or taking part in a panel contact Juliana O'Rourke at: juliana.orourke@landor.co.uk

09.00

Registration

Tea & coffee served in the exhibition

10.00

Session 1:

11.00

Morning break

Tea & coffee served in the exhibition

11.30

Session 2:

13.00

Lunch break

Refreshments served in the exhibition

14.00

Session 3:

15.30

Afternoon break

Tea & coffee served in the exhibition

16.00

Session 4:

17.30

Event close​

Speakers

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DELEGATE RATES

PUBLIC SECTOR

1 day ticket

£195 + VAT

PRIVATE SECTOR

1 day ticket

£295 + VAT

PLUS – EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: SAVE 15% ON ANY RATES PACKAGE BOOKED BEFORE FRIDAY 23 AUGUST

To qualify for the discount please contact Daniel Simpson

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HOW ACTIVE MODES BENEFIT POPULATION-LEVEL HEALTH

TUESDAY 15 OCTOBER 2024
BRISTOL CITY HALL, BRISTOL BS1 5TR

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