Martin Richards retires as TPS Director Skills:
Martin Richards, the Society's Director for Skills since 2008, retired at the end of June and has been succeeded by Keith Buchan, who will be supported by Christine Crossley, PDS Operations Manager, Keith Youngman, PDS Review Manager, and Andy Costain, the Society's Development Officer.
The TPS 2015 Annual Review is now available:
The TPS Annual Review for 2015 has now been published giving a flavour of the work of the Society across many areas of activity. Hard copies are also available on request.
New TPP Awards:
The Society congratulates TPS members Jon Bunney, Mark Curran, Nicola Hill, James Jackson and Emily White, who were among the ten successful TPP candidates following their Professional Review Interviews in May.
Fully funded PhD studenship in ITS at Manchester Metropolitan University:
The aim of this project is to develop a conceptual model, and subsequently a data model, for an Intelligent Transport System that has as input a disparate set of data sources (real-time and historic) and supports transport network users and managers in making informed choices in order to reduce road congestion.
UK Rail Station Regeneration and Development 2015:
10% TPS Discount (272TPS)
Investment in railway stations to improve connectivity can be an economic catalyst for unlocking new jobs, housing, and attracting inward investment. This is all in addition to delivering necessary improvements to meet passengers’ expectations and demand.
Young Professionals Networking Event with ICE: 28 July:
Calling all TPS young professionals. You are invited to join us at a special joint event with the ICE and Associated Society Young Member network to meet other young professionals over a drink and a lecture on the Garden Bridge. The event is free and will be held at the ICE starting at 1800.
Sustainable Transport: Beyond 2015:
Govtoday is delighted to be hosting the Sustainable Transport: Beyond 2015, which will be held on Tuesday, the 8th of September 2015 at The Grange Tower Bridge, London.
We are inviting you to attend with a FULLY FUNDED* ticket as you are a member of The Transport Planning Society.