Event: Gatwick Transport Forum

Date: TBC

Welcome to the London Gatwick Airport Transport Forum registration site.
This year’s event will be held on Friday 12 October at the London Gatwick Hilton Hotel.

We would like to invite you to join us at this annual event to explore some of the major trends in transport, Gatwick’s progress over the last year and to share our plans for the future.

This year we have an exciting range of speakers from diverse backgrounds, including Highways England and Transport for London. We are delighted to announce Alistair Darling as our keynote speaker this year. You can find out more about our speakers by clicking on the ‘speakers’ tab or by clicking here.

Other topics and speakers confirmed for the event are:

Richard Higgins, GAL’s Head of Surface Access Strategy – Surface Access Strategy

Patrick Warner and Neil Miles, from Go Ahead Group’s bus division – Hydrogen Fuel Buses

Tony Lynch, Managing Director of Faxi – Car Pooling

Marie Ovenden, Crawley Growth Programme – Update

Highways England – ‘Smart’ Motorways

With more to be confirmed!

Held in the Ascot Suite, the Forum will open for registration and refreshments from 08:45 for a 09:30 start. We expect to finish around 13:30, when we invite you to join us for lunch and networking

We’re still working on our final agenda, so do remember to check this website in the coming months for the plan for the day.

We hope you will be able to join us for what we hope will be a thought-provoking and interesting event
for all.

To register your attendance, click on the ‘Register Now‘ tab

If you wish to invite a colleague, please email TransportForum@gatwickairport.com

Please register by Friday 14 September

We do hope you will be able to join us.

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