Over 20 speakers confirmed for Hackney Cycling Conference
How is a major European capital is planning for a car free city centre?
What are the implications on cycling of autonomous vehicles?
How can data be used to improve planning for walking and cycling?
Should active travel be embedded in every stage of the planning process?
These are just some of the questions that will be debated at the Hackney Cycling Conference on Friday 10 June.
A packed agenda of keynote speeches, Q&As, small presentations, and films will also cover diverse range of topics including: pedestrians’ and cyclists’ experience of sharing spaces, winning business support for cycling infrastructure and the false dichotomy of cycle training versus cycle infrastructure.
The first 60 delegates to arrive will receive free valet bike parking and a FREE BIKE SERVICE during the conference. Provided by Cyclehoop and Cycle Confident.
Tickets start at just £40, including lunch.
Conference supported by Steer Davis Gleave.
Rune Gjøs, Director of Cycling, City of Oslo
Cycling’s role in Oslo’s plans for a car-free city centre
Dr Robin Lovelace, University of Leeds & Consumer Data Research Centre
Cycling and transport policy: embedding active travel in every stage of the planning process
Andrew Gilligan, Former Cycling Commissioner for London
James Long, Steer Davies Gleave
With autonomous vehicles coming, what will the future transport mix look like and what are the implications for cycling?
Dr Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster
Better use of data for planning for walking and cycling in the future
Sally Crew, Southwark Council
Planning for the future: space for people
Wei Du, Living Streets
Pedestrians’ and cyclists’ experience of sharing spaces
Rachel Buck, TfL
Future benefits realization project
Mark Strong, Transport Initiatives
Cycling network audit
Eleni Harlan, TfL Business Engagement
Lucy Saunders & Brian Deegan, TfL
Introducing the healthy streets check
Patrick Donnelly, Hackney Council
Zero Emissions Network
David Dansky, CTUK
Cycle training versus infra, a false dichotomy
Chris Kenyon, CyclingWorks
Winning business support for cycling Infrastructure