Ensuring transport infrastructure receives appropriate attention

Published: 07 Nov 2014

Ensuring transport infrastructure receives appropriate attention

Reduced budgets and higher expectations will impact the way transport assets are managed. For local authorities, managing assets in this changing climate will mean having to do more with less. 

At the third Transport Asset Management conference on 25 November, the Institution of Civil Engineers is bringing together professionals in road, rail and asset management to share lessons learnt, identify opportunities and plan to deliver more efficient transport infrastructure.

Key sessions include:

  • Managing transport assets for a city bigger than most countries
  • Transferable asset management practices
  • Local highways asset management in practice
  • The context of a changing climate
  • Managing over one million assets –one of the biggest projects imaginable

Those already registered to attend include senior representatives from local government, Translink, Transport for London, Network Rail, SNCF, URS, and Skanska.

For more information and to book your place visit ice-tam.com.   

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