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Register for your place at the first Altro Transport Design Forum

This June, Altro will be hosting the Transport Design Forum, a day bringing industry experts together to discuss bus design for aesthetics, performance and the individual. With the new Bus Safety Standards coming into effect, there’s no better time to get together and share ideas and points of view on the future of bus design.

The Transport Design Forum logo

Our speakers

Jane Lupson - Senior Bus Safety Development Manager, Transport for London

Jane Lupson will share her insights into the new Bus Safety Standards due to be introduced by Transport for London, including the trials undertaken to reach the standards, and the roadmap for future plans with the Bus Safety Standard.

Claire Walters – Chief Executive, Bus Users UK

Claire Walters will speak about how we can ensure that the design of our buses is inclusive for all passengers. By exploring the problems faced by different passengers and the factors to take into account for how we can overcome them, we can create fully socially inclusive bus travel for all.

Maria Kafel-Bentkowska – CMF Project Head, PriestmanGoode.

Maria Kafel-Bentkowska will discuss the design process undertaken by PriestmanGoode when designing a vehicle, and the problem solving which this often entails. In short – how can you make sure that a vehicle looks good, but also provides easy maintenance and good durability, while staying up to date with what the future holds?

The day

The Altro Transport Design Forum will be held on 6th June, 10am-4pm, at the Altro London Design Centre. Lunch will be provided, as well as coffee and other drinks throughout the day. There will also be an after event at The Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell, from 4.30 to 7pm.

Register for your place

Places are limited for this exciting industry first, so register for your place fast!

Posted: 30/04/2019 08:00:00 by Heather Mussett | with 0 comments