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Why attend?

Why attend?

The idea of providing a concentration of mobility services at one place is emerging as a way of creating sustainable public transport systems.

 

When reimagined as mobility hubs, car parks are no longer just places to store vehicles. Instead they become positive places that offer co-located services such as electric vehicle (EV) charging and shared mobility services.

 

Mobility hubs also represent the next step in the evolution of park & ride services, which will become genuine interchanges where people can switch from private cars to buses, trains, cycles and walking.

 

EV hubs offer drivers access to chargepoints in car parks at destinations such as shopping centres or in service area style facilities on major roads. The parallel emergence of service hubs is seeing other car parks acting as bases for logistics services and a range of activities such as ‘dark kitchens’ and ‘dark stores’.

 

This one-day conference will see speakers and expert panels explore the design, implementation and operation of mobility, EV and service hubs.

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Themes for discussion include...

  • Planning mobility hubs

  • Developing service hubs 

  • Mobility hub design

  • Making space for hubs in car parks

  • Rethinking park & ride schemes

  • Creating kerbside hubs

  • Connecting with public transport

  • Providing EV charging

  • Hosting shared transport services

  • Linking into active travel schemes

  • Hub operation

  • Hosting click & collect services

  • Last-mile delivery schemes

  • Scheme accreditation

Who you will meet
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Who you will meet

  • Car park operators

  • Local authorities 

  • Property companies

  • Car club operators

  • Micro-mobility specialists

  • Logistics companies

  • EV charging providers

  • Consultants

  • Architects

  • Facility managers

  • Public transport operators

  • Retailers

  • Construction and refurbishment contractors

  • App developers

  • Technology providers

The programme

Conference programme

Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed.

 

If you are interested in speaking or taking part in a panel contact Mark Moran at: mark.moran@landor.co.uk

Updates to follow.

09.00

Lobby

Registration opens, and Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area

09:45

Session 1: 

Agenda currently being programmed

11.00

Morning break: Tea & Coffee served in the exhibition area

11.30

Session 2: 

Agenda currently being programmed

13.00

Lunch break: Refreshments served in the exhibition area

14.00

Session 3:

Agenda currently being programmed

 

14.30

Session 4:

Agenda currently being programmed

15.15

Session 5:

Agenda currently being programmed

16.00

Networking

17.00

Close of conference

Published programme subject to change

Speakers

Speaker biographies

Please note that the agenda is currently being programmed. Updates to follow.

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Mark Moran

Event Programmer
& Editor, Parking Review

Mark Moran is the editor of Parking Review magazine and programmer of Mobility Hubs.

 

Mark has been the editor of Parking Review magazine since its launch in 1989. Besides the magazine, he launched and organises the annual British Parking Awards and a number of other regular events.

In parallel to writing about traffic and parking, Mark is also a contributing editor to LTT, curates the Transport Responds bulletin and launched EVolution, a new digital magazine covering the emerging worlds of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and shared mobility.

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Habib Khan

Founder and Director,
Meristem Design

Habib is one of the founders of Meristem Design, an award-winning urban landscape design company with horticulture at its heart and on a mission to turn the urban grey, green. After graduating as an RICS Surveyor he decided to switch career to only working with organisations with environmental aims of helping to combat climate change.

 

In the past 20 years he has played an instrumental role in some of London's landmark schemes such as City Car Club and launching the UK's first Bike Sharing  Scheme in 2005 and the on-street Bike Hangar concept.

Habib helped to launch Meristem Design as he believes the success of our urban living lies in the benefits of green infrastructure, we need to be surrounded by plants, trees and we need to reconnect with nature at all levels.

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Headline sponsor:

Meristem Design

Organised by:

Landor LINKS Live

Presented by:

EVolution
Parking Review

Creating connected spaces

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