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Car Sharing
Good for Business, Employees and the Environment

Date Of Conference: 4/14/2005

Most of our journeys are made by private car - and car sharing is one of the best ways of making these journeys more efficient and sustainable, by cutting down on congestion and reducing parking demand. The concept of car sharing has the support of all three political parties and is becoming an increasingly important aspect of an environmentally sound transport policy that aims to make the best use of our transport network.

Speakers included: Jim Hayward, Director, Business in the Environment; Jon Parker, Director, Integrated Transport Planning and co-author of the Department for Transport guide ' Making Car Sharing and Car Clubs Work'; Richard Armitage, RATC Ltd and co-author of the Department for Transport guide ' Making Car Sharing and Car Clubs Work'; Emma Kidd, Environment Adviser, Praxis42 Limited; Paul Glover, Group Head of Property Management, Met Office, Exeter; Paul Canning, Postgraduate Research Engineer, Surrey County Council; Linda O'Toole, Site Services Co-ordinator & Lee Adams, Team Manager, British Gas; Chairs: Andrew Davis, Director, Environmental Transport Association & Jon Parker, Director, Integrated Transport Planning.

Seminar speakers: Graham Simpkins, Milton Keynes Sustainable Transport Manager & Freda Jesudason, Marketing & Communications Manager, BAA Heathrow.

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Format: A4
Our Ref No: CO157
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