11–12 May 2017

National Science and Media Museum

Aecom
nextbike
Department for Transport
Department for Transport Sustrans
CityConnect

11 May 2017 Cycle City Active City Bradford Programme

Please note that following the recent announcement of the General Election to be held on June 8, some speakers may be subject to pre-election ‘purdah’ rules and so themes and appearances on the programme may be subject to change.


Morning workshops

From 09.30

until

12.00

Registration point for morning workshops is at the National Science & Media Museum Reception

City Connect

Register at Pavilion Cafe in City Park

Bronté & Priestly room

Cubby Broccolli Theatre

Braine room

Ride the Cycle Superhighway with CityConnect

May 11 2017: 9.00am until 11.30am

Delegates arriving from Leeds have the opportunity to experience the Bradford-Leeds City Connect Cycleway. Bikes will be provided by Nextbike, and no worries if you have luggage as this will be couriered across.

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Bradford City Walking tour


10.15 - 11.15 am. Register from 9.30 onwards at Pavilion Cafe in City Park

The Pavilion, The Tyrls, City Park, Bradford BD1 1LA


Walk limited to 30 people, first come first served

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Public bike share workshop

Led by nextbike

10.30 - 12.00

Sharing ideas on how to create strong, vibrant schemes:

  • When does a public bike share scheme become a menace?
  • Appraising public bike share
  • Latest innovations in public bike share including payments
  • Broader accessibility via bikes and e-bikes
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Session sponsored by:


Bike-friendly businesses masterclass

Led by Gavin Wood, West Yorkshire Combined Authority & CityConnect

10.30 - 12.00

Want to find out more about how to be bike-friendly?
Interested in the benefits that more people travelling by bike could bring to your organisation?
This is an interactive session and a great opportunity to speak to people whose work includes either making workplaces welcoming for people on bikes, whose organisation targets the 'cycling pound', or whose business model relies on bikes.

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Session sponsored by:



Read about CityConnect's Bike Friendly Business scheme

Cycling Monitoring & Evaluation workshop: cutting edge techniques and developments to make the case for change


Led by Dr Andy Cope, Director of Insight, Research and Monitoring Unit, Sustrans

10.30 - 12.00

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Session sponsored by:


Cycle City Active City exhibition and afternoon sessions

11.30

Exhibition opens

Refreshments are served in the main exhibition hall

City Connect
Ride the Cycle Superhighway with CityConnect

May 11 2017: 9.00am until 11.30am

Delegates arriving from Leeds have the opportunity to experience the Bradford-Leeds City Connect Cycleway. Bikes will be provided by Nextbike, and no worries if you have luggage as this will be couriered across.

Click here for further information

13.00

Aecom Theatre

Afternoon Plenary: the route to a healthier, happier society

Welcome address from Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe​, Leader of Bradford Council 

This year’s opening keynote takes the format of an informal chat-show style series of interviews, hosted by Pete Zanzottera, Sustainable Transport Consultant

Panelists ‘on the couch’ include:

  • Ben Still, MD, West Yorkshire Combined Authority

  • Professor John Wright, Chief Investigator, Bradford Institute for Health Research

  • John Dennis, Chair, CityConnect Advisory Group

  • Professor Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Director Urban planning, Environment and Health Initiative, ISGlobal, Barcelona Institute for Global Health

14.30

Aecom Theatre

Q&A

Delegates put questions to the panelists

15.00

Break

Refreshments served in the main exhibiton area

15.30

Move to the Alhambra Studio

Delegates are led across the street for Speed Learning

Bronté and Priestly Room

Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) workshop

This workshop provides information on the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) guidance, and supporting tools, which were published in April 2017. The workshop will also provide details of the technical support available to Local Authorities

Session led by:

The Department for Transport

15.45

Alhambra Studio

 

Speed Learning

Speed Learning provides a fast-moving discussion platform for knowledge-sharing and helps teams to network.  The 30-plus case studies will be presented simultaneously at ‘bar tables’ consisting of short presentations followed by discussion. A horn will be sounded when it is time to change to another table.

16.45

Bronté and Priestly Room

Using the propensity to cycle tool: implementation on the ground

Robin Lovelace, University Academic Fellow in Transport and Big Data, with Malcolm Morgan, Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA), Leeds University

17.30

Delegates return to the National Science & Media Museum

Optional Bike Ride to Saltaire from 5.30 pm (numbers limited)

Meet at the Pavilion Cafe in City Park, Bradford.  Limit 25 riders, with sign-up from the morning at the registraiton desk. 

Route: Market Street, Forster Square then route of proposed CityConnect 2 northwards to join existing Canal Road Greenway at Bolton Woods.  Along CRG to Shipley, cross onto Leeds/Liverpool Canal and turn west for 1 mile to Saltaire (World Heritage Site).  Call in at Boat House pub on River Aire for pint of Saltaire Blond or similar, made with proper Yorkshire water!  Back to City Centre by same route, to arrive approx 7.30pm for evening entertainment.

17.45

Kodak Gallery

 

Evening Networking

Address by Kersten England, Chief Executive, City of Bradford/CityConnect 

Selection of networking drinks and entertainment provided in the Kodak Gallery area of the National Science & Media Museum

19.00

Move to City Park for evening activities

19.00

City Park

 

Evening of Cycling in the main square outside the National Science & Media Museum

Thursday 11 May from 7pm onwards

Delegates gather to eat in or around City Park (guides will be on hand).  Gather from 7pm onwards in City Park.  

Bradford's cycling public has been invited to cycle down from 7.30pm for a Party in the Park!  

CityConnect will provide a Bike In Cinema, with short films all about the bicycle and Bradford.

Bicycle Ballet performance

At 8pm there will be a performance by the Bicycle Ballet featuring local multi-ability riders from Bradford Disability In Sport.

The evening will finish with the Bradford Cycling Band  '53-10'  who will play a rousing set against the backdrop of water and lights!

Aim: To have fun and emphasise that cycling is about enjoying life!

 

12 May 2017 Programme

08.00

Registration opens for International Breakfast Briefing

Registration opens and refreshments are served in the main exhibition hall

08.15

Aecom Theatre

International Breakfast briefing

Chair: Kersten England, Chief Executive, City of Bradford/CityConnect 

Speakers include:

  • Ahmed Amjad Ali, Consul General, Consulate of Pakistan, Bradford
    How cycle lanes in the Federal Capital are enabling cycling

  • Carsten Gniot, Transport and Planning, City of Hamm, Germany
    How Hamm's citizens have become their own cycling experts 

  • Sebastian Schlebusch, Head of Global Business Development, nextbike, Leipzig, Germany
    Cologne: how integrated public transport has become a reality

09.00

Registration

Registration opens and refreshments are served in the main exhibition hall

09.30

Aecom Theatre

Walking & cycling development: the next level 

Speakers and panel discussion 

Chaired by: Joe Seymour, Director, Head of Traffic and Local Roads (Europe), Aecom

  • Sir Gary Verity, Chief Executive, Tour de Yorkshire 

  • Jonny Clay, director of cycling, British Cycling

  • Xavier Brice, CEO, Sustrans

  • Joe Irvin, Chief Executive, Living Streets

  • Bernhard Ensink, Secretary General, European Cycling Federation

Session sponsored by:

Aecom

11.00

Morning Break

Refreshments served in the main exhibiton area

11.30

Aecom Theatre

Cubby Broccolli Theatre

Bronté & Priestly Rooms

Alhambra Studio

Alhambra - Circle Café

New funding for delivering cycling

Chaired by: Simon Telford, Principal Engineer, Aecom

Delivering the Midlands’ first Cycle Superhighway in Nottingham with LEP funding
Keith Morgan, Principal Transport Planner, Nottingham City Council

The future of cycling and walking in West Yorkshire
Liz Hunter, Head of Transport Policy, West Yorkshire Combined Authority

Blackburn case study: using Social Impact Bonds to fund cycling infrastructure
Phil Jones, Director, Phil Jones Consultancy

Public/private: the future of bike share
Julian Scriven, Director, nextbike, and Dan Sherwood, Head of Sponsorship & Events, Santander

Session sponsored by:

Aecom

Designing-in activity: the future of protected cycle lanes

Chaired by: Adrian Lord, Phil Jones Associates

Wilmslow Road Cycleway: a major roadspace reallocation project
Dominic Smith, Cycling Infrastructure Manager, Transport for Greater Manchester

Bradford-Leeds cycle superhighway: lessons learned
Kevin Chesworth, Project Director, Mouchel

The Radschnellweg Ruhr: Germany's first cycle superhighway
Carsten Gniot, Transport and Planning, City of Hamm, Germany

Segregated cycle routes throughout Scotland: exploring project delivery
Peter Leslie, Principal Engineer, Aecom

TfL cycle superhighways: lessons learned
Kornelis Vantuyl, Design Manager, Road Space Management Outcomes Delivery, Transport for London

 

Cycling and walking: social, economic and health benefits

Chaired by: Richard Smith, Director, Action Streets

Building in business benefits to active streets
Hugh McCarthy, Senior Consultant, Aecom

The broader air quality and public health agenda
Bernhard Ensink, Secretary General, European Cycling Federation

Using walking and cycling to build the visitor economy
Andy Salkeld, Planning, Development & Transportation, Leicester City Council

Walking Cities: Blueprint for Change
Jenny Wiles, Regional Director (North), Living Streets 

West Yorkshire case studies
Dom Jacques, Love to Ride Project Manager, City Connect

Safety & enabling behaviour change

Chaired by: Anna Semlyen, Campaign Manager, 20’s Plenty for Us 

Promoting cycling during scheduled transport disruption
Christopher Johnson, Development Office, Cycling Scotland

The relationship between cycling levels and injury risk in England
Richard Owen, Operations Director, Road Safety Analysis Limited

Close passing of cyclist policing: review of UK safety schemes
Dr Robert Davis, Chair, Road Danger Reduction Forum

Public bike share schemes as an extension of public transport: making the case
Chris Slade, Carplus Bikeplus

 

Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) 
workshop

This workshop provides information on the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) guidance, and supporting tools, which were published in April 2017. The workshop will also provide details of the technical support available to Local Authorities

 

Session led by:

The Department for Transport

12.45

Lunch Break

Lunch served in the main exhibiton area

14.00

Aecom Theatre

Cubby Broccolli Theatre

Bronté & Priestly Rooms

Alhambra Studio

Alhambra - Circle Café

Realising the ambition: lessons from Cycle Ambition Grant schemes

Chaired by: Adrian Lord, independent member, Cycle City Ambition Grant Steering Group

Short presentations from the DfT-funded Cycle City Ambition Grant cities, with Q&A

Bristol: Shared spaces

Oxford: Junction design

Newcastle: Evaluating change – Acorn Road survey

Leeds: City centre modelling

Norwich: Access to the city centre

Birmingham: Successful behavioural change

Cambridge: Priority over side roads

TfGM: Bus stop by-passes 

TfL: Monitoring complex junctions

Cycling futures

Chaired by: John Dales, Director, Urban Movement

Cycling in Augmented Space
How games, real-time apps, augmented reality and digital & sensory media displays are influencing the cycling experience
Dr Patrick Allen, Senior Lecturer in New Media, University of Bradford 

Cycle share: the keystone for equitable Mobility as a Service
Julian Scriven, Director, nextbike 

The game changer for cycle logistics: new dimensions
Richard Armitage, Director, European Cycle Logistics Federation

New DfT programmes for innovation and small-scale commercial cycling schemes
Panel of Cycling & Walking Innovation fund winners to be announced

Session sponsored by:

nextbike

Wellbeing, diversity and inclusion

Chaired by: Naz Ali, Bradford Youth Service, Bradford Council

Beyond the bicycle: towards a true cycling revolution
Isabelle Clement, Wheels for Wellbeing

Cycle Boom study, Oxford Brookes University 
Tim Jones, Reader in Urban Mobility, School of the Built Environment, Oxford Brookes University         

Cycling for all
Tim Curtis, Inclusive Cycling

Shared electric bikes: encouraging equality and diversity in cycling
Antonia Roberts, Carplus Bikeplus

 

Place-shaping

Chaired by: Steve HartleyStrategic Director, Place, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

Building in well-being to transport policy: engaging transport, economy, environment and public health
Dr Louise Reardon, Research Fellow in Governance & Transport Policy,  Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

Developing health promoting environments: cycling in Girlington case study
Sensei Mumtaz and Chris Bem, Girlington Community Centre & Well Bradford

More than just a name: place-shaping core principles
Christopher Allan, Consultant, Aecom

Planning active travel networks in new communities 
Tom Bailey, Director, Almere Consulting 

 

 

Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) 
workshop

This workshop provides information on the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) guidance, and supporting tools, which were published in April 2017. The workshop will also provide details of the technical support available to Local Authorities

 

Session led by:

The Department for Transport

15.15

Afternoon Break

Refreshments served in the main exhibiton area

15.45

Aecom Theatre

Joining the dots: how business, public health, education and employment can enable active lifestyles

As with yesterday’s opening keynote, this session takes the format of an informal chat-show style series of interviews with audience interaction and ongoing questions and answers.

Chaired by John Dales, Director, Urban Movement

Panelists include:

  • Ahmed Amjad Ali, Consul General, Consulate of Pakistan, Bradford
    Lessons from Pakistan to get Bradford cycling

  • Chris Bem, Bradford Sustainable Health Economy Group, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Well Bradford
    Good health depends on healthy cities

  • Rosslyn Colderley, Director Northern Region, Sustrans
    Empowering Future Generations: engaging the next generation in co-creating the school run and neighbourhoods

  • Jonathan Wilson, Development Director, CITU
    Building in walking and cycling to new development

  • Neil Webster, Director, Remit Consulting
    Making the workplace cycling friendly

Session sponsored by:

Aecom

17.00

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