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Smart Transport and Urban Logistics Conference

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Smart Transport and Urban Logistics Conference

    • The cost of road congestion
    • Projects led by local government to encourage alternative modes of transport
    • Public opinion on steps take to reduce congestion
    • How city planning influences urban transport and logistics
    • Managing the total mobility mix as a city planner
    • The need for investing in necessary infrastructure
    • How smart traffic systems work?
    • How smart traffic systems can improve safety and traffic flow
    • Case study
    • The use of AI and telematics in urban logistics
    • How AI and telematics can improve driver performance why reducing driver risk
    • Case study
    • Drones as a sustainable mode of last-mile delivery
    • The benefit of increased efficacy and reliability
    • Case study
    • How local governments are making public transport more inclusive.
    • Improving transit stops and stations for public transport
    • Working to make public transport safer
    • What will the future of UK transport look like?
    • How current technological trends are shaping the transport sector.
    • How is public opinion shaping the transport sector
    • Sustainable alternatives to logistics fuelled by fossil fuels
    • How to implement a switch to alternatives
    • How to minimise the economic cost of the implementation
    • How are autonomous vehicles programmed to work
    • What are the risks associated with the use of autonomous vehicles?
    • Who is accountable if there is an accident or issue with an autonomous vehicle?
    • How autonomous vehicles work?
    • The benefits of autonomous vehicles in public transport
    • Case study
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    • How micro-hubs are used in cities?
    • Decarbonising urban logistics with microhubs
    • Case study
  2. As the global push toward sustainability gains momentum, the intersection of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure becomes a focal point. How can stakeholders collaboratively address the challenges and opportunities associated with expanding electric vehicle charging networks to meet the growing demand? What role do innovative technologies, policy initiatives, and industry partnerships play in advancing sustainable and efficient electric vehicle charging solutions? Furthermore, how can these efforts contribute to broader environmental goals and a more sustainable future for transportation?
    • The shift from (Ultra) Low Emission Zones to Zero Emission Zones
    • How ZEZ are helping pilot innovations in urban mobility
    • Case study
    • What are smart grids?
    • Smart grid’s role in improving the reliability, availability and effect of energy
    • Implementing smart grids in the UK power network
    • The rise of micro mobility as a mode of sustainable transport
    • Is micro mobility hindering accessibility to safer streets?
    • Taking steps to ensure responsible parking
    • The role of EV solutions in rail and shipping freight
    • The role of EV solutions in agriculture and construction
    • How to leverage lessons learned in EV fleet adoption to other industries
    • Leveraging AI for charging optimisation
    • The benefits AI-optimised charging
    • The challenges of AI-optimised charging
    • What are electrified roads and how do they?
    • Are electrified roads a possible solution for the challenges presented by the ZEV mandate
    • Case study
    • The current transport scene in Oxford
    • The role of innovation in a decarbonising world 
    • Why decarbonisation matters at a local levelvrhc
    • The economic impact of adopting EV in fleet operations.
    • Adopting telematics and data analytics
    • Energy management and optimisation
    • What is the ZEV mandate?
    • The challenges of mass EV adoption
    • The governments approach to investing in charging infrastructure and the power sector simultaneously.
  3.  Focusing on Leeds transport aim to transform into a city where you don’t need to own a car, How Leeds has prioritised modal shift and invested in sustainable transport infrastructure.


    • Current and future legalisation’s role on the path to net zero 2050
    • Strategies and plans proposed to met net-zero
    • Policy makers role regulation