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Title: 23rd September 2020 - ConnectedCities online seminar.
Post by: grahame on August 13, 2020, 08:15:23 am
ConnectedCities online seminars - http://www.connectedcities.co.uk

May - Devon http://www.passenger.chat/23472
August - WECA - http://www.passenger.chat/23876
23rd September - Oxford - this thread

More details to follow.   Worth signing up and going along.


Title: Re: 23rd September 2020 - ConnectedCities online seminar.
Post by: grahame on September 21, 2020, 09:14:18 am
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Oxford Metro & The Ox-Cam Arc - Online Seminar, 3.30pm, Sept 23rd

We are pleased to announce the fifth of the Metroisation case study seminars supported by the Foundation for Integrated Transport which will run between now and the main conference on 5th October

Oxford Metro is part of greater plans to put rail at the heart of growth in the Oxford-MK-Cambridge Arc by increasing service frequency on existing lines, and reopening lines and stations such as East-West Rail and others.

Speakers

   ? Antony Swift, Passenger Rail Study Project Lead, England's Economic Heartland Sub-national Transport Body
   ? Matt Haywood, Senior Strategic Planner, Network Rail
   ? Dr Nicholas Falk, Director, URBED
   ? Camilla Ween, Head of Communications, ConnectedCites
Registration

The event is free but prior registration is essential.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connectedcities-metroisation-of-the-railways-oxford-metro-tickets-117234883693


Title: Re: 23rd September 2020 - ConnectedCities online seminar.
Post by: ChrisB on September 21, 2020, 04:50:22 pm
See you there!


Title: Re: 23rd September 2020 - ConnectedCities online seminar.
Post by: Oxonhutch on September 22, 2020, 03:46:32 pm
Duly registered. Thanks for the notice.



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