26 Store Street
London, England WC1

Keynote speaker: Peter Hendy, Commissioner, Transport for London

Richard Bourn, London Campaigner, Campaign for Better Transport
Michael Cassidy CBE, Non Executive Director, Crossrail
Koy Thompson, Director, London Cycling Campaign
Austin Williams, Future Cities Project
Alison Young, Chief Executive and Company Secretary, Stratford Renaissance Partnership

"Join us at NLA for a one-day conference to review the Mayor's proposed transport policies and discuss how they will impact on the environment and quality of life in London.

London has £39 billion to spend on major projects over the next decade to improve its mass transit system: Crossrail, the tube upgrades, the expansion of the Overground rail network. The Major believes that the right mix of transport policies can make London a more civilised city that is attractive to business.

What are the key priorities? Who will be the winners and losers? How will the Mayor work with the boroughs to enable them to reach their local and regional objectives? As City Hall consults Londoners on the strategies set out in 'Way to Go! Planning for better transport' what is the response of professionals involved in delivering London's future environment?"

Official Website: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/conferences/keepinglondonmoving/

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