(Date TBC) Central London



Following the Infrastructure Act 2015, the UK's Strategic Road Network has entered a time of transformation. Stretching almost 4,300 miles across the entire country this vital part of our infrastructure will receive £15 billion in investment by 2021. Carrying up to one-third of England's road traffic on just 2% of its roads.

The Road Infrastructure Summit will provide a timely opportunity for transport, planning and construction professionals to discuss and develop a greater understanding of the challenges and opportunities around the Strategic Road Network. The summit will also tackle challenges around our local highways, safety, technology and future investment.

Key issues to be discussed include: 

  • The Road Investment Strategy: Vision, Investment & Performance 
  • The New Watchdog: Transport Focus
  • Highways England: One year on
  • Infrastructure Act 2015
  • Investing In England’s Local Highway Network
  • Securing & Boosting All Road User’s Safety
  • Driving On Tomorrow’s Road: Technologies & Vehicles Of The Future
  • Reaching A Smoother, Smarter & Sustainable Road Infrastructure

Who will attend:

  • Heads of Highway Management    
  • Heads of Highways Major Projects
  • Heads of Asset Management
  • Heads of Road Management
  • Heads of Traffic Management
  • Heads of Transport   
  • Heads of Planning
  • Heads of Finance    
  • Heads of Road Safety
  • Heads of Road Policing
  • Traffic & Transportation Engineers
  • Financial Officers

Previous Road Infrastucture Summit speakers have included:

  • Paul O'Sullivan, Director, Strategic Roads, Economics and Statistics, Department for Transport
  • Martin Tugwell, Programme Director, England’s Economic Heartland Strategic Alliance
  • Peter Adams, Executive Director of Major Projects, Highways England
  • Christopher Chope MP, Chairman, APPG on Highway Maintenance
  • Peter Antolik, Highways Director, Office of Rail Regulation
  • Alan Mackenzie, Chairman of the Asphalt Industry Alliance 
  • John Donegan, Chairman Roads Task Group, Britpave
  • Steve Isaacs, Safetrack Brand Manager, Stirling Lloyd
  • Iain Blackmore, Head of Traffic Infrastructure, TfL
  • Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Transport Focus
  • James Bradford, Global Product Director, iRAP
  • Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation


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