The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) virtual Spring Conference opens next week (13 – 15 April) under the key theme of Reshaping Everyone’s Future.
This digital event will feature live speaker Q&As throughout the three days, as well as networking opportunities with industry professionals via Hopin and CIHT's exclusive event networking group.
Senior figures from the Department for Transport will be speaking, including transport minister Baroness Vere (pictured) and Sally Gibbons MCIHT, its head of traffic signs and street design policy.
From the roads sector, Sue Hitchcox, Highways England project director will be discussing the Lower Thames Crossing.
Network Rail chair Sir Peter Hendy will also be speaking.
This CPD accredited event will cover key issues such as the decarbonisation of transport and creating better places through providing the right transport for communities.
It will also address innovation in transport, including how to improve asset management and delivering digital infrastructure.
Delegates will be able to take part in over 18 sessions with more than 30 speakers.