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Join Prof Lenny Koh at Sustainable Transport Engineering Event 6th Dec

What’s the best way to Engineer Sustainable Transport for Sheffield, our region and beyond in a low carbon, pollution and hassle free environment without congestion or breaking the bank?

The event will take place on Tuesday 6 December, 1:30 – 4:30pm, hosted by DLA Piper, 1 St Paul’s Place, Sheffield S1 2JX.

Join  Perry Walker, Fellow, New Economics Foundation (nef) www.neweconomics.org and Wendy Stern Action for Involvement www.actionforinvolvement.org.uk. Plus:

  • Dr Peter Bull, Traffic Information & Control Manager, Transport & Highways, Sheffield City Council;
  • Dr Rob Carroll, Fixed Equipment Technical Engineer, Stagecoach Supertram Maintenance Ltd;
  • Dr Michael Hines, Chemical Engineer, ACAL Ltd;
  • Professor Lenny Koh, Associate Dean, University of Sheffield;
  • Timothy Lynn, Transport & Highways Consultant, Amey Ltd;
  • Dr Andy Young, Principal Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University.

This event will take a look at how Sheffield’s transport system may look 30 years from now to move people, goods, services and supplies into, out of and around the City, our region and beyond in a low carbon, pollution and hassle free environment without congestion or breaking the bank.

Action for Involvement creates space to bring you together with high level policy-makers, stakeholders and decision-makers so that we can tackle shared concern, explore issues, brainstorm ideas and evaluate resources. Together we can stimulate our community to face the challenges of our times, develop ways to influence policy and have fun in the process. Our interests include education, environment, health & welfare, transport, technology and sustainability.

For more information:
Call 07946 453 258 or email: events@actionforinvolvement.org.uk.
Book now at: http://www.actionforinvolvement.org.uk/next_event.aspx

Further information:
Action for Involvement acknowledge with gratitude, funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering which has made this event possible as have the sponsors at Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Renewables, Stradia Ltd, The University of Sheffield and its flagship Project Sunshine.

Information related to this message is available at http://www.actionforinvolvement.org.uk/next_event.aspx.

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