London cycling conference: fully booked
Information for conference delegates and press
Due to unprecedented demand, the conference is now fully booked and we are unable to accept more bookings.
Conference delegate packs have been mailed to delegates. If you have registered but not received your delegate pack by 6 May, please contact Tom Bogdanowicz (tel: 020 7928 6112, email).
Because of the large number of delegates attending we recommend that you arrive early for on-the-day registration: the desk will be open from 9am. We look forward to seeing you there.
Journalists who wish to attend this conference should contact Tom Bogdanowicz (tel: 020 7928 6112, email).
Cycling: a capital solution
May 10 2003, 10am-4.30pm
Hear the latest on cycling policy from the decision makers and experts - discover new initiatives to boost cycling.
This top level conference promises to be a landmark event with an opportunity to hear key policy makers and experts from the world of cycling. A superb central location (Westminster, London) will provide perfect conditions for networking.
The conference will present some of the latest thinking on cycling policy in London, the UK and Europe. Insights will be provided on urban partnerships and urban solutions to increase cycling. New challenges for both planners and user groups will be discussed.
- Ken Livingstone Mayor of London
- Christian Wolmar writer and member of the National Cycling Strategy Board
- Rose Ades Head of the Cycling Centre of Excellence at Transport for London
- Crispin Truman chair of London Cycling Campaign
- Roger Geffen Campaigns Manager for CTC, the national cyclist’s organisation
- James Ryle Sustrans
Delegates will be able to participate in London cycle rides on Sunday, May 11, which will use some of London’s many cycle routes. Informal social gatherings will take place on the Friday evening before the conference (May 9) and on Saturday evening (May 10).
Complimentary refreshments will be provided at the conference.
Cycling: a capital solution is the spring cycle planning conference of LCC/CCN/CTC, hosted by the London Cycling Campaign and Transport for London.