Stephen Joseph has recently stepped down as Chief Executive of Campaign for Better Transport, having been in that role since 1988. His wide-ranging expertise and contacts have helped to make the organisation the country’s leading transport NGO (non-governmental organisation). Among his highlights are:
Joseph was a member of the Commission for Integrated Transport from 1999-2005 and a member of the Standing Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment (SACTRA) during its inquiry on transport and the economy. He was also on the steering group for the Government’s road user charging feasibility study 2003-4, and was a member of challenge panels or advisory groups for Government plans on high-speed rail, eco-towns, transport appraisal and the Local Sustainable Transport Fund. Joseph was awarded the OBE in 1996 for services to transport and the environment.
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.