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What the Election means for Intelligent Transport

24 June @ 12:00 - 12:45

Join ITS UK on 24 June for a lunchtime webinar exploring the implications of the upcoming General Election on 4 July!

With Party Manifestos published and each Party setting out their policy platforms for the upcoming five years, we can now see some clear policies emerging for the transport sector. But what has each Party committed to? What are the key trends and issues facing the transport sector? And what could a new Government prioritise when it enters Number 10?

This 45 minute webinar will look at the current polling and likely outcomes and will examine what the implications could be for transport policy and the ITS sector.

We’ll be joined by Jo Field, Founder & Chief Executive of ITS UK member JFG Communications, a public affairs consultancy that is helping the transport and infrastructure industries to decarbonise and diversify their workforce.

Plus we’ll hear from ITS UK Chief Executive Max Sugarman and Public Affairs & PR Executive Eduardo Pitts, who will analyse how the Manifestos compare on intelligent transport policy.

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Delivered in partnership with JFG Communications






12.00 | Virtual Doors Open

12.05 | Welcome and Introduction, Max Sugarman, Chief Executive, ITS UK

12.10 | Where are we now and what are the likely outcomes, Jo Field, Chief Executive, JFG Comms

12.20 | Analysing the Manifestos – what they mean for intelligent transport, Eduardo Pitts, Public Affairs & PR Executive, ITS UK

12.30 | The ITS UK Manifesto & next steps after 4 July, Max Sugarman

12.35 | Q&A

12.43 | Closing remarks, Max Sugarman

12.45 | End of event

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Jo Field
Chief Executive, JFG Communications

Jo Field is Founder & Chief Executive of JFG Communications, a public affairs consultancy that is helping the transport and infrastructure industries to decarbonise and diversify their workforce.

Named among the 100 most influential women in Westminster and the top ten most inspirational women in public affairs, Jo has over 20 years of experience in helping companies engage their stakeholders, build advocacy for their plans, and inform and influence public policy.

Before founding JFG Communications, Jo spent almost a decade at Transport for London where she built and led the company’s award-winning stakeholder engagement team, building stakeholder support and advocacy for London’s transport infrastructure and the funding to deliver it.

Jo is a Chartered Public Relations practitioner and a Fellow of both the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.

Jo is also the President of Women in Transport, a not-for-profit organisation empowering women in the transport industry to maximise their potential.


24 June
12:00 - 12:45