Event programme - Call for abstracts

We would like to invite abstracts of papers to be presented at this 2-day event for all practitioners and stakeholders involved in the delivery of LSTF projects nationally.

These can include presentations, workshops, discussion forums and other activities that will contribute to the programme.

The event will featuring presentations by the Minister of State for Transport and we are currently calling for abstracts.

Papers may be submitted by any programme team, related stakeholder, supplier, or other interested party. All abstracts will be reviewed by a programme committee.


An abstract should outline the following information:

1. Name, organisation and contact details of the person presenting
2. Topic of paper
3. Format and proposed length of paper - Workshop, roundtable discussion, site visit, case study, panel discussion, Pecha Kucha, etc.
4. Proposed content (50 - 200 words)

List of possible topics:

Below are a list of the topics presented in the first annual conference, this is not an exhaustive list and we are keen to hear further suggestions.

  • Bus infrastructure and service improvements
  • Smart ticketing
  • Rail integration improvements
  • Walking and cycling infrastructure
  • Personalised travel planning
  • Providing real-time travel information
  • Behaviour change campaigns
  • Procurement and finance
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Developing the LSTF network
  • Mobilizing employers
  • Providing Sustainable Access to Employment
  • Cycle Rail Project
  • Lessons from the Netherlands and applications to the UK
  • Effective Campaigns
  • engagement with Stakeholders
  • New Technology
  • Public and shared transport
  • Public Health
  • Access to Education
  • Providing an LSTF knowledge legacy.
Submissions by 31 July

Supported by:

Diva creative ITP JMP Steer Davies Gleave

Partnering publications and organisations:

CTC: The national cycling Charity
ACT Travelwise
Campaign for Better Transport
Local Transport Today
Transport Planning Society
Parking Review
Mainstreaming Smarter Travel is the follow-up event to Landor LINKS' highly successful 'Re-Booting Smarter Travel' event in Bristol 2012.

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Local Sustainable Transport Fund National
3 & 4 December 2013
Please contact Rory McMullan to contribute or for more information:

T: 020 7091 7894

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