Stephen Joseph OBE, Smart Transport chair, explains how we connect policy to solutions
The rate of consolidation and mergers between automotive giants is going to ramp up over the next five to 10 years, according to KPMG.
Smart Transport Conference delegates will be able to hear from a range of experts in the field of future mobility, on September 18.
The Smart Transport Conference, Birmingham ICC, 18 September 2019, is the UK's most essential meeting place for public and private sectors.
Government, policymakers, fleets and suppliers debate the big topics and challenges facing the UK transport sector
Rental firm boss sees parallels between transport and music development.
The achievement of cleaner air is everyone’s responsibility – not just that of the transport industry
There are challenges to address, but connected and autonomous vehicles will revolutionise transport and travel
Local authorities must engage with business providers to ensure mobility as a
service is an ethical solution that meets everyone’s needs
Old legislation, regulation and organisation must be restructured if transport infrastructure is going to be fit for purpose in the future
Three quarters (75%) of those surveyed would like to see the implementation of smart traffic lights to respond in real-time to the volume of traffic on the roads.
The inaugural Smart Transport Conference and Exhibition will connect Government and local authority policymakers with fleet decision-makers and technology providers in the mobility sector.
Many leasing companies believe they already operate in the mobility market – after all, they provide a means of employees getting from A to B through company cars, daily rental vehicles and, in some cases, car clubs/corporate car sharing.
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