RoSPA’s 2019 Road Safety Conference to focus on vulnerable road users
Policies and practical initiatives to protect Britain’s most vulnerable road users will come under the spotlight for RoSPA’s 2019 Road Safety Conference.
The conference, taking place on Wednesday 13 February at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham, will look at emerging issues, national strategies and practical initiatives aimed at individuals and local communities.
The event is aimed at all road safety practitioners, researchers, policy makers and stakeholders, and will involve a number of interesting talks covering a range of topics, and networking opportunities throughout the day.
Speakers this year include: Mark Bennett, European product expert from Britax; Stuart Reid, interim director Vision Zero, TfL; Joe Green, transportation behaviour change manager from Birmingham City Council; Lyn Morris, road safety officer of Carmarthenshire Road Safety; Ameena Berkowitz, policy adviser, Road Safety Policy (Vulnerable Road Users) from the Department for Transport; and Karen McDonnell, head of RoSPA Scotland and RoSPA OHS policy advisor.