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The 3rd Annual London Bus Conference
Sustaining the success story - ensuring performance that delivers for the passenger and wider transport policy

Date Of Conference: 5/20/2003

London Buses has become one of the emblems of the Mayor’s transport strategy for London. New routes, new buses and new technology are delivering the vision of a high quality, reliable and affordable service that meets customers’ expectations and plays a key part in the wider strategy of managing traffic, keeping London as an economically successful city. However, market needs are a moving target and bus operators always face new challenges in both operational and business terms. This conference provides an invaluable occasion to hear from those at the heart of the organisations that are defining and delivering improved quality and sustained passenger growth, whilst keeping pace with an evolving market and economic realities.

Speakers include: Peter Hendy, Director of Surface Transport, TfL; Brian Cox, Independent Bus Policy Advisor; John Barry, Head of Network Development, London Buses; Jeroen Wiemar, Director of Enforcement, TfL; Peter Brown, Director of Traffic Management, TfL; Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London; Andrew Thompson, Performance Manager, London Buses; Dick Halle, Director of Strategy, London Buses; Bob Crowther, Market Development Manager, TfL Surface Transport; Dai Powell, Ch Exec Officer, Hackney Community Transport; Charlie Beaumont, Managing Director, London United

Format: A4
Our Ref No: CO97
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