Transport innovation in historic towns conference presentations

Click on the links below to see the speakers presentations from the 'Transport innovation in historic towns' conference held in Shrewsbury

The Challenge of traffic and parking management -Phil Crossland, Assistant Director of Traffic & Highways, Shropshire County Council

Transport innovation fund case study: Shropshire -Rob Surl, Head of Special Projects, Shropshire County Council

Transport innovation fund case study: Cambridgeshire -Graham Hughes, Director of Sustainable Infrastructure, Cambridgeshire County Council

Transport innovation fund case study: Durham -Roger Elphick, Head of Highway Management, Durham County Council

Ludlow case study - the importance of partnership working, ownership and funding; managing large vehicles and access; the moderating role of town council- Colin Richards, Conservation Officer, South Shropshire District Council

Ludlow case study - the importance of partnership working, ownership and funding; managing large vehicles and access; the moderating role of town council - Paul Russell, Town Clerk, Ludlow Town Council

Owestry case study - the simplicity of design; engineering issues; managing access and parking -Colin Davis, Traffic and Street Design in Historic Towns Consultant

Oswestry case study the simplicity of design: engineering issues; managing access and parking-Jeremy Salisbury, Acting Principal Engineer (Projects), Shropshire County Council