Improving transport network management through innovative thinking, collaborative working and the adoption of new technology.

Forthcoming events

TTF Conference


Owing to the upcoming general election we have now entered a period of purdah, during which government and public bodies have to observe strict limitations on their engagement and outreach activities.

For this reason, we are forced to postpone the TTF Conference, which will now be held on the 4th and 5th of March 2020. All the other arrangements will remain the same; the same great range of subjects and speakers, the same access to government and the DfT and the same unparalleled opportunity to network and learn about the development of ITS in the UK. Please save this new date. If you have already registered there is no need to do anything as your registration will be transferred to the new date.

New Date: 4th and 5th March 2020

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TTF Forum 2

Our second Transport Technology Forum took place on 11 July 2019 in Leeds.

Many thanks to those who gathered to support the ongoing development and focus of the new TTF. The event allowed the TTF to present our current projects and run two activities aimed at informing our role for the community in the future. To see the outputs from this working session and presentations are now available.

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Technical working groups

On Thursday 13 June we hosted the first technical working group sessions at The Hawthorns, the home of West Bromwich Albion FC, bringing together over 70 attendees from across local authorities and industry to focus on four themes; Signal Phase and Timing (SPAT), Smarter Parking, Connected Technologies and Data and Asset Management.

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The role of the TTF

We are pleased to announce that we have defined our terms for reference for the Forum. These will guide our efforts in the future and help clarify our role to the community.

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Inaugural TTF Forum

The inaugural Transport Technology Forum took place on 25 March 2019 in London.

There was a great turnout to hear about the launch of the new TTF, as the Department for Transport’s Anthony Ferguson and Darren Capes, together with Steve Gooding (Director, RAC Foundation) outlined the form the TTF will take, the activities and projects to be undertaken

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UPDATE – Presentations from the event can now be downloaded here.

Smarter Parking Webinar available online

The Transport Technology Forum and the British Parking Association (BPA) recently presented a knowledge sharing webinar on the ‘Future High Streets Fund’ and the opportunities that the smarter parking projects can bring to your community.

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