The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is the leading voice of the highways and transport infrastructure profession. It represents and qualifies professionals who plan, design, build, manage and operate transport and infrastructure.
This conference will feature a range of influential speakers, including presentations from Ed Parsons (Google) and Tom Younger (Uber). It will explore the people, projects and technologies which will lead us into the future of transportation.
At the event, the CIHT Apprentice of the Year Award will also be presented.
Transport planning apprentice Erin Ruddy, who is based on Capita’s North Tyneside Partnership, is one of six people shortlisted for the award. In October 2018, Erin won the Apprentice of the Year category at the (CIHT) North East & Cumbria Annual Awards.
“This partnership has never been about just delivering significant efficiency savings. It’s about place, growth and jobs – and the people of Salford. Our priorities are firmly aligned with the Council’s vision, which means we also place social value at the heart of what we do.”Barry Pilkington, Urban Vision’s Partnership Director
“The successful delivery of this major highways project has had an instant positive impact on the Authority’s highway network. The scheme has been challenging and complex but was delivered with minimal disruption to the travelling public. The benefits to all highway users can clearly be seen.”North Tyneside Council’s Highways & Infrastructure Manager, Mark Newlands
Our partnership with North Tyneside provides highways and property services whilst investing in the local community in North TynesideJason Thompson, Education Business Partnership