As with past CT Conferences, the 2023 edition of the Community Transport Conference, organised by the Community Transport Association, is an essential gathering of community transport providers in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; local authorities, sector professionals, transport leaders and key partners to discuss sustainable CT approaches for the future, and the role of CTA in leading a thriving Community Transport movement.
With a focus on securing a sustainable future for CT, the conference will highlight innovative strategies, technologies, and approaches that can sustain and enhance community transport systems for years to come. The discussions will revolve around ensuring accessibility, efficiency, and sustainability while meeting the evolving needs of diverse communities.
CT Conference 2023 will be an opportunity to foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing, promote inclusivity, and discuss building resilient systems that will continue to serve communities effectively in the years ahead. The conference will showcase outstanding community transport projects, drive the exchange of experiences, address common issues, and explore partnerships. It will also raise awareness of the importance of community transport in enhancing social inclusion, supporting vulnerable populations, and ensuring equitable access to transport options.
About the Location:
Birmingham, our location for CT’23, often called the “Second City” of the United Kingdom, is a vibrant and culturally diverse city that captivates visitors with its rich history and innovative spirit.
The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is one of the UK’s largest and most versatile exhibition centres. Situated in the West Midlands region, NEC serves as a hub for a wide range of events, including trade shows, conferences, concerts, and sporting events, with its strategic location near Birmingham International Airport and excellent transportation links.
Community Transport Association UK is a charitable company limited by guarantee. Registered in Cardiff no. 1985361 Registered office: 12 Hilton Street M1 1JF. Registered as a charity in England and Wales no. 1002222. Charity Registered in Scotland No. SC038518.