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Planning and transport: are we nearly there yet?

Wednesday, 09 July 2014 at 9:15AM - 4:00PM
The National Railway Museum, Leeman Road, York YO26 4XJ
£99 - £110 + VAT
£30 + VAT Concessions
RTPI Yorkshire

Connecting Places: Integrating planning and transport

Piecing together transport strategy and delivery, plan making and place creation is a complex matter, involving many parties. However, there are excellent examples in the UK and abroad to demonstrate that, where these elements are brought together meaningfully, successful living and business environments can be secured and growth delivered.

Drawing on a wide range of exemplar project case studies from the practitioners involved in them, this conference will appeal to planning practitioners, transportation planners, strategists and those involved in implementation and regeneration.

This conference is being organised by RTPI Yorkshire on behalf of the RTPI Yorkshire Conference Series and in association with the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.


This conference is kindly sponsored by Peel Holdings Ltd and Parsons Brinckerhoff.

Peel     Parsons Brinckerhoff



This conference is being held at the iconic National Railway Museum in York and will be followed by the RTPI Yorkshire Centenary Reception, the premier event in the Region celebrating 100 years of the RTPI. To book a place at the Reception please email