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Online Event | Recovery and Restart: How community transport can lead in building a stronger community

Date: 17th July 2020

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Join us on 17 July for a free online event where our expert panel will be examining key questions about how community transport can recover from coronavirus and shape a new way forward.

Date: 17 July | 11:00 – 12:15

Location: Online Webinar

A link will be sent to registered participants ahead of the event

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Like so many areas of society, coronavirus has caused a significant upheaval in the way that community transport operates. Over the course of lock-down, and in the face of reduced funding and resources, we’ve seen community transport step up to give communities all over the UK the support they need to get through these difficult times.

As we start to emerge from lock-down, however, it won’t be business as usual. What does the road to recovery look like for community transport? How can the sector be best positioned to re-connect our communities to the people and places they love?

As well as this, we also want to start the conversation about what lessons this creates for the future of passenger transport and how we can build back better with a stronger role for community transport organisations in shaping and running local services.

Join us on the 17th July for an online event, where our panel, chaired by CTA Chief Executive Bill Freeman, will examine these questions and explore ways that we can recover and shape a new way forward. 

We’ll hear from Matt Rodda, MP for Reading East and Shadow Minister for Buses and Local Transport in the UK Parliament, on how national policy makers should be supporting the recovery of our transport networks, as well as John Taylor at the TAS Partnership who will reflect on the practicalities of emerging from lock-down.

The event is free to join – just register using the book now link and a few days before the event we’ll send you a link to the webinar.

During the event there will be time for questions to our panellists. Questions can be submitted in advance to hello@ctauk.org.

Before, during and after the event, make sure you share your views using #CTRecoveryRestart. We’ll look forward to you joining us!

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Date 17th July 2020