Cycling, the school run, autonomous vehicles and e-scooters will be debated and discussed in four live sessions being held as part of the Festival of Road Safety. Organised by Road Safety GB, the Festival of Road Safety replaces the 2020 National Road Safety Conference and will run throughout November (2-27 Nov).
There will be a mixture of content delivered on each of the 20 working days – including four live discussion sessions, which will take place on Tuesday afternoons at 2.00pm. These sessions will be hosted on Zoom Webinar and will be aired free to all. Those wishing to participate in the sessions will be required to register in advance, with registration set to open in early October.
Prof Adrian Davis is a panellist on the session on 10th November.
Tuesday 10th November – 2pm
The School Run – keeping pupils & parents safe while encouraging them to walk and cycle more often
Panellists: Carla Leowe, road safety officer, Westminster Council; Adrian Davis, professor of transport & health, Edinburgh Napier University; and Jennifer Wiles, regional director (north), Living Streets.
See Road Safety article here.
The programme, more information on the panellists and the event can be found on the Festival website.