Tuesday, 28th March 2023
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Date: Tuesday 28th March 2022
Conference starts: 9.30
Conference ends: 13.00
Location: Live online (via MS Teams)
Join us as we discuss the increasing phenomenon of micromobility transport, their future applications, and how they should be regulated.
Hear from a range of experts on how the safety and sustainability of micromobility transport can be improved.
|9.30||Welcome and conference outline from PACTS|
|Session 1: 9.30 – 11.00 The future of micromobility in the UK [Chaired by: David Davies, Executive Director, PACTS]|
|9.35||Keynote opening presentation: The future of micromobility in the UK||Baroness Randerson, Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson (Transport)|
|9.50||Learnings from the national e-scooter rental trials||Anthony Ferguson, Deputy Director of Traffic & Technology – DfT|
|10.05||Micromobility – what’s heading our way?||Dr Ianto Guy, Principal Consultant – TRL|
|10.20||How big is micromobility? Powered Light Vehicles – future of regulations||Andy Eastlake, Chief Executive Officer – Zemo Partnership|
|Session 2: 11.00 – 12.00. Micromobility and safety [Chaired by: Jenny Carson, Project Manager, European Transport Safety Council]|
|11.00||Micromobility safety – what do we know, what don’t we know and what do we need?||Dr George Beard, Head of New Mobility – TRL|
|11.15||Safety learnings from e-scooter racing||Peter Wright, President – Technical Working Group, Commission for Micromobility and Sport|
|11.30||Where now for UK e-scooter safety regulation||Margaret Winchcomb, Deputy Executive Director – PACTS|
|Session 3: 12.00 – 13.00 – Micromobility for sustainability [Chaired by Juliette Kariuki-Cobbett, Mobility and Human Insight Specialist, – CENEX]|
|12.00||The benefits of e-bikes||Peter Eland, Technical & Policy Director – Bicycle Association|
|12.15||Role of e-cargo bikes in zero-emission logistics||Artur Drenk, International Sustainability Manager for Europe – UPS|
|12.30||Integrating light electric vehicles into our cycling infrastructure||M. (Marco) Reijne, Directorate-General for Mobility, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands|