Sustainability is a hot topic in public transport with the COP26 climate conference in situ, and in light of the UK Government’s Bus Back Better strategy, but what exactly is ‘sustainability’ and what do we need to do? That’s where we would like to help.
We’re introducing the first in our series of Ticketer Talks webinars, where we will be discussing future innovations and trends with experts from the transport industry.
We would love for you to join us for our inaugural webinar:
Ticketer Talks: Technology and Sustainable Transport
11 November 2021
10:00 – 11:30
Here are further details on our moderator and panellist of speakers:
Antonio Carmona – General Manager, UK and International, Ticketer Group
Antonio brings over 15 years of experience working with cities and mobility operators across the world to put innovation at the heart of public transport. He joined Ticketer to lead the international expansion of our business and works with the rest of the team to build market awareness in targeted geographies, ensuring that our products are fit for purpose for new territories and that we have the right resources in place to expand our presence globally.
Rebecca Kite – Policy Manager, Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT)
Rebecca Kite is the Policy Manager for the Confederation of Passenger Transport, the voice of the bus and coach sector which represents over 1,000 bus and coach operators across the UK. Rebecca joined CPT in December 2020, after working in the freight industry for 10 years as an environment policy manager.
She is currently involved in decarbonisation policy for both the bus and coach sector and engages with civil servants and local government representatives to ensure any new proposed legislation is practical, workable and enables to sector to continue to operate efficiently for passengers.
‘The coach and bus sector are already environmentally friendly ways to travel, but the sector is keen and willing to go even further to reduce emissions however they are facing multiple challenges. This is a truly interesting and revolutionary time for the sector, and I am thrilled to be supporting them.’
Anthony Prior – Innovation Lead, The Big Lemon
Anthony is the newest member of The Big Lemon team and joins as the organisation’s Innovation Lead. His brief is to explore the opportunities for The Big Lemon to bring together different modes of sustainable transport into a community-based platform, to promote behaviour change and hopefully remove some of the barriers that prevent more people from choosing active and sustainable transport. This vision comprises both digital opportunities via a single platform, and physical options with a sustainable transport hub on the outskirts of the city where we can offer park & ride, bikeshare, bike hire, EV car share, EV car hire, and access to the local bus network.
Chris Hillcoat – Programme Lead for Future Transport Zone Personal Mobility, Solent Transport
Chris has developed expertise in the fields of active travel, travel behaviour change, demand management, and the use of data to influence customers. He worked for 11 years at TfL on projects including the Olympic Route Network, Cycle Hire, designing the central London cycle superhighways, and innovating Travel Demand Management techniques to tackle planned disruption as well as recurring congestion. For the last year he has worked at Solent Transport, leading the development of the Mobility as a Service project and more recently the programme of work around personal mobility in the Future Transport Zone.
Solveig Ellila Kristiansen – Ticketer Group CCO and FARA CEO
Solveig joined FARA in January 2020 as CEO and became Ticketer Group CCO in July 2021. She marries a unique blend of engineering expertise and commercial experience, allied with a clear customer focus from a number of leading appointments in the Nordics. Solveig is responsible for the overall direction of the group’s commercial operations, while achieving further growth.
We look forward to seeing you!