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This event is your focused update on key transport projects – both planned and underway – in the Midlands. Attend to understand where investment has been made, where it is needed next, and explore the role of transport in fuelling economic growth and regeneration in the region.

Join transport and planning experts as they share practical guidance on how to deliver transport schemes and maximise the development opportunities they create. Attend to learn how to progress projects, from financing new schemes, to meeting carbon zero targets as you hear the latest innovative thinking and case studies.

Highlights of attending

 

  • Understand the priorities and challenges transport bodies, developers, and local authorities in the Midlands currently face - where is investment most needed, and what will travel look like post COVID-19?
  • Receive critical updates from Midlands Connect, Network Rail, Highways England and HS2 on transport projects across the Midlands 
  • Explore how transport-led development schemes will be practically delivered - understanding different financing options and low carbon building practices
  • Understand how to centre innovation and environmental sustainability when devising and delivering new transport and regeneration projects
  • Hear the latest updates on the preparation for the 2022 Commonwealth Games from Birmingham City Council and understand the city’s short- and long-term plans for the legacy of the Games in the Midlands 

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