Transport for the South East is going on the road – joining the country’s flagship event for the highways sector.
TfSE will be presenting its vision and ambitions at Highways UK in November, the conference and exhibition which brings together the key players in planning, building and maintaining the UK’s road network.
With a stand to introduce our work in developing a 30-year transport strategy for the South East- and events to explain how that work is already bearing fruit – we’ll be joining England’s three other sub-national transport bodies in outlining the future of strategic transport for the country.
The event takes place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 November.
Rupert Clubb, chief officer for TfSE, said: “It’s a chance to tell people more about the difference we will make to the South East and the crucial role that a modern, smart and sustainable road network will play in our strategy.
“The South East it the UK’s international gateway – our ports and airports connect us to the rest of the world. But of course they rely in large part on efficient highway access to keep people and goods moving and that’s one reason why we’re looking forward to conversations with some of the experts from the highways sector who’ll be at the event in Birmingham.”