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“Embrace challenge, plan response and unlearn the normal” a fitting title for the 3rd National Traffic Managers Conference hosted by ADEPT, taking place at a time when businesses and local governments alike have had to quickly unlearn the normal. Taking place on the 13th October, the event is our first in-person event since the start of the covid-19 pandemic and we’re incredibly excited to be attending. 

Returning to the Leicester Tigers Rugby Club, we’re thrilled to not only be attending but also speaking and sharing our expertise at the event. The agenda this year is varied and covers the crucial topics affecting traffic managers across the country. 

Traffic managers in this post-covid, decarbonisation world are experiencing a number of pressures on their kerb and road networks. How do they improve air quality whilst still ensuring access to towns and cities? And in the race to net-zero, who should get priority over road space? Active travel, micro-mobility or electric vehicles? Via expert speakers and panel debates, the national traffic managers conference aims to break down these challenges and chart the course for successfully managing a road network that is ready for a net-zero future. 

Here at AppyWay we know that the digitised, standardised, map-based management of traffic orders will be crucial to an authorities goal of reaching net-zero. That’s why we’re incredibly excited to be speaking at the conference, sharing our knowledge and experience of helping local authorities streamline and improve their traffic order process. Our session “Making the move to map-based orders: real-world benefits of TRO standardisation” will dive into the tangible benefits authorities are experiencing when they make the move to managing traffic orders in a way that is digitised, streamlined, and intuitive.

Our session will also discuss why creating a traffic order data output that is standardised and machine readable will be critical for authorities looking to unlock decarbonisation and implement strategies that aim to decrease private car usage and encourage emissions free modes of travel. Standardised traffic order will also become increasingly important as we move towards an ever more connected and integrated world. Developers and integrators are primed and ready to ingest this data and deliver it in a way that improves access to towns and cities for everyone from blue badge holders to micro-mobility and fleets. 

Spaces are limited so register today to guarantee your spot at the conference. You can register for the National Traffic Managers Conference here.

ADEPT have done a fantastic job at ensuring the event is covid-secure but attendees are asked to remember their vaccination certificate or proof of a negative lateral flow test as these are needed to gain entry.