Highways Delivery 2016
Making the Network Work
Integrating national and local roads
23rd June 2016
London Transport Museum
9am Exhibition and Coffee
10am Welcome - Integrating Local and National Roads
- Chair - Mike D’Alton, Head of Strategic Growth for Infrastructure, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff
10:15am County Partnerships: Developing a Combined Authority
- Stewart Corbett, Technical Director of Waterman Aspen
10:45am Local Authority Self Assessment
- Garry Kemp
11:15am Lessons learned between the two networks
- Lila Tachtsi – Director of Asset Management, Atkins Global
11:40am Coffee
12.10am Investing in infrastructure to stimulate economic growth
- Jon Griffiths, Head of Roads Investment Strategy, Department for Transport
12.30pm Case Study – A joined up viewpoint to Asset Management
- Louise Haining, Head of Project Engineering, Colas
12.55pm Lunch
14.00pm Performance, future targets, and the impact of Direct Contracting
- David O’Neil, Head of Supply Chain Strategy & Supplier Development at Highways England
14:25pm Highways England, One year in, what benefits can we see
- Guy Dangerfield, Road User Director, Transport Focus
14:50pm Developing a vision for England's Major Roads
- David Quarmby & Phil Carey (by video)
15:00pm Joint working: Highways England and Greater Manchester
- Andy Everest, Highways Director, Transport for Greater Manchester
15:30pm Joined up thinking and action: panel discussion
Chair – George Lee- CEO – Road Safety Markings Association
Members of the speaker panel
16:30pm Close