9 July 2013 - London
2 Jul 2013 (provided by Landor LINKS), Category: Parking
The 7th annual Enforcement Summit will explore how effective enforcement operations can improve compliance with parking and highways regulations, reduce vandalism and anti-social behaviour, and so deliver a more civil society.
This year's event The Enforcement Summit 2013 will explore how to improve compliance with parking and highways regulations. There will be particular emphasis on making the High Street work, including the organisation of loading and unloading and the provision of more shopper-friendly parking by both local authorities and the private sector. The operation and enforcement of virtual residents' parking permits and moving traffic controls will also be discussed.
Safety campaigners, local authorities and technology providers will talk about how good design and effective enforcement can make urban safer for school children, pedestrians and cyclists.
We are pleased to once again host the presentation of the PATROL Annual Report Award, which recognises effective and clear communication of parking policy and practice.
Civil parking enforcement
Moving traffic offences
Mobile and static ANPR enforcement
Bus lane and bus stop enforcement
Safer routes to schools
Virtual parklng permits
Wide-area 20mph limits
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(Local Authorities may book at this reduced rate)
|£149 + VAT Each||Book now