A one-day conference entitled ‘Highways Delivery: Integrating national and local roads’ will take place at the London Transport Museum on 23 June.
The event aims to bridge the gap between national and local roads and is being put on by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) under its National Highways Academy (NHA) banner.
David O’Neil, supply chain director at Highways England will be presenting on how Highways England, through its supply chain strategy is re-positioning the way it works with suppliers to deliver better outcomes for customers, and what the company is doing to engage in new and more effective shared leadership with highways suppliers to deliver the Roads Investment Strategy.
Other speakers include:
- Andy Everest of Transport for Greater Manchester
- Stewart Corbett of Waterman Aspen
- Lila Tachtsi of Atkins Global
- Louise Haining of Colas
- Guy Dangerfield of Transport Focus
- Harry Cox and John Griffiths of Department for Transport.
The conference will also feature a video presentation by:
David Quarmby and Phil Carey talking about their vision of a newly-defined 8,000 mile Major Road Network combining the Strategic Road Network with the most economically important local authority roads.
Highways Magazine is acting as a media partner for the event.
For further information or to register for the event visit www.highwaysdelivery.com.