Traffex/Parkex registration open as full speaker line-up announced


The UK's biggest traffic and transport conference and exhibition, Traffex/Parkex , is now open for registration for the virtual 15-17 June event, with an impressive speaker line-up featuring some of the biggest names in the industry.

With acting chief executive of Highways England Nick Harris (pictured) making his public address to kick off proceedings on Tuesday June 15, the conference features experts from across the transport sector including a wealth of other key figures from Highways England.


With a line-up chosen by the Traffex steering group, which includes IHE, ADEPT, CIHT, ITS UK, ARTSM, REMA, delegates will be treated to keynote addresses, a range of expert insight talks, as well as live panel debates and pre-recorded interviews.

Also speaking will be Highways Sector Council chair Leon Daniels and Anna Delvecchio, development director for transportation UK & Europe at Mott Macdonald and one of the key architects behind the organisation of the council.

Incoming president of ADEPT, Paula Hewitt, will be speaking as will, CIHT's director of policy and technical affairs, Andrew Hugill.

Road safety issues will be covered Highways England chief engineer Mike Wilson, Road Safety Foundation executive director Dr Suzy Charman and Bertrand Diess, head of road safety policy at Transport Scotland.


And an international panel of speakers will discuss the latest issues in ITS, data, connectivity and automation in what promises to be one of the most exciting and cutting edge debates this year.

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