Kit Allwinter is the Intelligent Mobility Officer at TfGM, leading the organisation’s thoughts on innovation and the future of mobility. He is passionate in making sure that cities and their citizens can gain benefits from the forthcoming changes in mobility: better health, better communities and better places as well as better mobility.
Having worked across all modes and sectors in his consultancy career, including diverse areas as smart ticketing, rail freight, urban deliveries and active travel network planning, he has a well-rounded and holistic approach to bringing together new modes, models and services with traditional transport infrastructure and challenges.
Health, productivity and global competitiveness are driving urban policymaker decisions on transport strategy and policy, which will have far-reaching implications for the way UK business moves people, goods and services around, and for the companies responsible for selling or funding their vehicles.
Kit will offer the urban view of transport development. His presentation will look at the reasons why action is being taken in Greater Manchester, what has happened so far and the impact it is having on local business and the local environment. He will also show how the transport authority is engaging and listening to the needs of business, and what it hopes to achieve in the coming years.
Urban development needs innovation from the private sector to succeed. Where are these opportunities likely to be and how are these authorities developing them? Find out in Kit's presentation.
National and local government policies will change the way companies move their people, goods and services about with major implications for those supplying the vehicles, funding and fleet services. This conference is the perfect opportunity to hear about those policies in more detail from those responsible for setting the strategies, to understand how it will affect your business in the coming years and what you can do now to help your customers prepare for change.
There are huge changes coming to urban mobility. City mayors and authorities are responding to pressure for cleaner air and healthy streets, and technological changes, with new policies designed to create cleaner and connected cities with more sustainable transport. This event will give attendees the chance to hear what cities are planning and how leading companies are responding and adapting. If you are involved in fleet management, this event will help you plan for the future.