Prof. Greg Marsden

Professor of Transport Governance University of Leeds

Greg is Professor of Transport Governance at the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds. He has researched issues surrounding the design and implementation of new policies for over 20 years covering a range of issues. He is an expert in climate and energy policy in the transport sector and is the Transport Decarbonisation Champion for EPSRC. He is the Principal Investigator on the DecarboN8 network where he is responsible for integrating a new place based approach to decarbonising transport. Greg co-chairs the Commission on Travel Demand which has published influential studies on travel demand and shared mobility. He is the Secretary General of the World Conference on Transport Research Society and the Chair of the Special Interest Group on Governance. He has served as an advisor to the House of Commons Transport Select Committee and regularly advises local, national and international governments.

My Speaker Sessions

Wednesday, June 16
11:00

Mobility on the move (LIVE)
Jenny Figueiredo Prof. Greg Marsden Richard Dilks Jessica Hall Antony Henderson Georgia Yexley Dr Julian O’Kelly

Mobility is changing, and along with it parking. With the majority of local authorities declaring climate emergencies, and transport key to addressing this challenge, what is the role for parking? The needs of electric vehicles, delivery services, cyclists, pedestrians and even scooterists have to be considered as we navigate our way out of the pandemic to a greener, more healthy future. Panelists will bring a wealth of experience and thought leadership to help us understand how our sector needs to adapt to meet the challenges posed by the mobility revolution taking place in our towns and cities.

Speakers

Wednesday , June 16, 11:00 - 12:30
Richard Dilks Gill How

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