2019 Agenda (as of 24/5/19)
Beyond 2020: the future of road safety in the UK
The conference committee is in the process of developing the programme and details of speakers and presentations will be uploaded here as they are confirmed.
The conference will follow a similar format to previous years, with both Main and Fringe programmes running concurrently.
Main Conference Programme
The Main Programme will comprise the following sessions.
‘Grass roots road safety’ (Tues 12 Nov, PM)
The opening conference session will comprise a series of presentations, tailored for practitioners, covering a range of ‘grass roots’ issues such as: sustainable transport & road safety; public health & air quality; driving for work; cyclists & motorcyclists; shared space; funding; and internal ‘politics’.
Speed Dating (Tues 12 Nov, PM)
Successfully piloted in 2018, this session will comprise a series of very brief presentations (5 mins) from road safety practitioners outlining schemes/interventions they have developed for use in their local area. Click here to see how this worked in 2018.
Hot Topic - 20mph zones/limits (Weds 13 Nov, AM)
Successfully piloted in 2017 and repeated in 2018, the focus for the Hot Topic at the 2019 conference will be 20mph limits/zones. Three speakers will debate whether 20mph limits/zones can help reduce collisions and casualties, and improve road safety.
Focus on Behavioural Change (Weds 13 Nov, AM)
The main conference will include a session on behaviour change and the use of behaviour change techniques in road safety interventions.
Question Time (Weds 13 Nov, AM)
Question Time has been a feature of National Conference for several years – click here to watch the 2018 Question Time session. Details of speakers and presentations to follow.
An afternoon with… (Weds 13 Nov, PM)
New for 2019, rather than formal presentations the closing session on the afternoon of 13 November will comprise a ‘chat show style session’ with a number of guests from the world of road safety.
The 2019 fringe programme will comprise two or three sessions running in tandem with the main programme.
Expressions of interest from speakers
To express interest in delivering a presentation at the conference, in the first instance please contact Nick Rawlings by email, giving a title and brief overview of the proposed presentation and brief speaker biog for whoever will deliver the presentation (a single para will suffice for each).