Jacobs Award Winners Announced! After an extensive selection process, ETC is delighted to announce the winners of the 'Jacobs Award for the paper demonstrating the most innovative use of data' are Peter O'Hare and Paul Jackson for their paper: “Harnessing people movement data to shape future activity and people-centric designs. A case study of Salford Quays”. Peter O’Hare, Paul Jackson, Salford City Council, UK Tracsis UK. This year, several papers demonstrated
Winning Paper Harnessing people movement data to shape future activity and people-centric designs: a case study of Salford Quays P O’Hare, Salford City Council; P Jackson, Tracsis, UK About the Winners: Peter O'Hare - Regeneration Lead, Salford Quays - Salford City Council Peter is Salford City Council’s Regeneration Lead for Salford Quays. He spent over 10 years as an Urban Designer before re-joining the council to project manage the delivery of key projects in one of the Gr
ETC 2020: Last chance to book!
Deadline today Places for this year's ETC have been selling fast and with the booking deadline being close of business today, there is just enough time to book your place. #ETC2020Online will maintain the unique multi-session, multi-streamed format of the conference with a timetable packed full of papers and discussions affecting today's transport experts. Check out the AET website to download the full three-day programme. This year we’d like to
The LPT programme committee seeks to encourage excellence in both urban and rural public transport enhancing the understanding of the key issues that affect the provision of good public transport services. This year’s full programme at the European Transport Conference features a range of sessions and papers examining: Autonomous shuttles and their potential contribution to public transport networks and objectives Lessons learnt from European (urban) rail projects Sustainabil