Paul ByronTechnical Director WSP
Leads the strategic modelling team in the Birmingham office with over 30 years of experience in transport planning, demand forecasting and economic appraisal. Working globally for both public and private sector clients he has been engaged on a diverse range of demand management projects including London Congestion Charge Western Extension option appraisal, assessment of fiscal and non-fiscal measures in Cork and examining road user charging options in Cardiff and Newport. He currently leads WSP expertise in baseline forecasting of transport carbon emissions for local authorities, informing the impact demand management measures may have upon net zero targets.
My Speaker Sessions
Tuesday 14 June 2022
Demand management: How parking and road user charging might be used as a lever
With rising demand for transportation infrastructure, but limited space to build more, cities face the need to find alternative solutions to manage congestion.
What if we can ...
- Improve human health, safety, the environment and the economy by reducing congestion?
- Develop congestion management solutions in cities by employing best practices from around the globe
- Manage congestion through pricing without building new roadway infrastructure?
- Use technology and data collection to track and understand congestion issues?
- Reduce congestion by developing transit-orientated communities and improving transit services?