4th Annual (2019)

Transport-Led Development in Wales

Thursday 20 June 2019

4th Annual (2019)

Transport-Led Development in Wales

Transforming the Welsh transport network: Improving transport operations and infrastructure to drive connectivity and growth
Thursday 20 June 2019 Venue TBC, Cardiff
Transport-Led Development in Wales returns this year with the latest update on key transport-led projects under development, new areas due to benefit from investment, and discusses future solutions for further unlocking connectivity and growth in the region. Featuring expert insight from the rail, road, port, and bus sectors to define a joined-up transport strategy for all of Wales and promoting connectivity throughout the whole transport network.

Highlights of attending:

 

  • Hear the latest insight on the plans for transport across the region and how these will generate a more prosperous Wales
  • Discover the latest updates from Network Rail on the Strategic Business Plan, and consider the improvements for the Wales Route
  • Consider the next steps to promote connectivity between all transport networks, and find out how smart technology and real time passenger information will redefine new opportunities to connect Wales
  • Find out how the port sector will respond to the possible long-term impacts of Brexit and how these will affect the region
  • Hear the latest progress and plans to promote connectivity in east Swansea, and what new development opportunities the Cardiff Bay station will create

Just some of the organisations who have attended this event previously:

Abellio
Alstom
Altro
Applied Card Technologies
Arcadis
Arup
Associated British Ports
Burges Salmon
Bus Users Cymru
Cardiff Airport
Cardiff Bus
Cardiff Council
Cenin Renewables
Costain
Cyncoed Property
ERM

Eversheds Sutherland
First Cymru Buses
Furrer+Frey
Gwynedd Council
Hitachi Rail
Keolis
Monmouth Town Council
MTR Corporation
Network Rail
New Adventure Travel
Port of Milford Haven
Porthcawl Harbourside
PTI Cymru
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
Scania
Siemens

Skanska Technology
SMBC Leasing
South Wales Transport
Stadler Rail
Steer Davies Gleave
SYSTRA
Tarmac
TerraQuest
The Urbanists
TramForward
Transport for Wales
Vivarail
Welsh Assembly Government
Welsh European Funding Office
Welsh Government
WiFi SPARK

Informative covering a full range of informative topics.

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Offer expires Friday 5th April 2019.

A useful update on transport developments in Wales.

Why should I attend?

Attend the 4th Annual Transport-Led Development in Wales Conference to explore the current plans to modernise Cardiff Central and bring together a new central bus station.

The day will also bring the opportunity to address current key development opportunities, including Cardiff Central, the M4 and East Swansea station.

Who will I meet?

  • Transport for the Wales and other transport authorities
  • Local authorities in Wales
  • Transport, planning and property consultants
  • Property owners and developers
  • Environmental groups and environmental consultancies
  • Project management companies
  • Bankers and financiers
  • Transport, planning and property lawyers
  • Rail freight operators and users
  • Airports, ports, Highways England

Interested in sponsoring?

To find out more about sponsoring Transport-Led Development in Wales, please click on the link below.

Very interesting and encouraging to understand transport in Wales has a challenging but bright future.

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