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Park & Ride 2005
Diversifying usage and creating quality schemes

Date Of Conference: 6/9/2023

Park & Ride 2005 is the third in a very successful annual series. Previous conferences have laid the ground work by discussing the background of Park & Ride, including how to plan, implement and run a scheme. This conference aims to consider some of the current issues relating to Park & Ride.

Topics for discussion include the potential conflict of interests that Park & Ride can cause, including the environmental impact and the effects on public transport. The conference will also consider more commercial aspects of Park & Ride, including maximising a scheme’s physical assets and finding and growing users through marketing and branding. The conference will conclude with an overview of different work based travel schemes, including local authority and private company schemes.

Chris Cheek, Director, TAS Partnership Ltd
Paul Hamblin, Head of Transport and natural resources policy, Campaign to Protect Rural England
Paul Watters, Head of Roads and Transport Policy, AA
Rob Surl, English Historic Towns Executive Committee Member & Head of Transportation, Shropshire County Council
Dr Graham Parkhurst, Senior Lecturer in Transport Planning, University of the West of England
Phillip Williams, Assistant Director of Integrated Transport, Cheltenham Borough Council
Nigel Eggleton, Commercial Director, Oxford Bus Company
David Whitehead, Group Leader – Transportation, Swansea City Council
Campbell Ross-Bain, Park & Ride Operations Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council
Ray Stenning, Design Director, Best Impressions
Tina Rust, Asset Manager & Tracy Jessop, Deputy Head of Passenger Transport Unit, Norfolk County Council
Mitchell Bradshaw, Public Transport Manager, Suffolk County Council
Jeff Harris, M & D Developments
Dr Wyn Hughes, Associate Director – PFI, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Chris Cheek, Director, TAS Partnership Ltd
Jonathan Bray, Assistant Director, pteg Support Unit

For further details of the programme contact 020 7582 0128

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