June 9th – Novotel Hotel, 181 Pitt Street, Glasgow G2 4DT
The Glasgow stop will focus on outputs from the three REPUTE pilot projects, in terms of applying best practice from the methodologies used.
- Scotland: Personal Travel Planning Campaign, taking place in Fort William and the surrounding communities of Caol, Corpach and Banavie.
- Scotland: Solar Power Real Time Transport Information Signs, located in Aviemore and Carrbridge
- Portugal: 12 solar charged EV’s for public rental, 1 placed at each Oeste municipality bus station
Other highlights of this event include Scottish and International insights on strategies for greening public transport, as well as results from an Atlantic Area wide study (including GB) of public attitudes and behaviours in relation to public transport.
In addition, the REPUTE Guide will be launched at this event, which provides a comprehensive overview of sectoral opportunities and challenges in the Atlantic Area.
All delegates will be provided with a free copy of the REPUTE guide and a complimentary lunch.
|09:30-09:45||Welcome and Introduction to REPUTE project||
Deputy Executive Director
HITRANS experience of REPUTE Scottish Pilots
HITRANS worked in partnership with the REPUTE project to deliver two sustainable transport pilot projects in the Scottish Highlands
|09:55-10:55|| REPUTE Pilot Tests:
This section of the conference will describe the REPUTE pilot tests in Scotland and Portugal, presenting the outputs, benefits and methodologies of each
09.55 – 10.15:
Solar Powered Real Time Transport Information Signs
| Patrick McDougall
| 10.15 – 10.35:
Personal Travel Planning Campaign
10.35 – 10.55:
Portuguese EV Rental Scheme at Bus Stations
Green Angel Syndicate
|10.55- 11.10||Q&A session||Chaired by Terry Waugh|
|11.10- 11:30||Refreshments and Networking|
|11.30-11.50||Study Results: Attitudes and Behaviours in Relation to Public Transport
The REPUTE partners commissioned a study to examine the attitudes and behaviours towards public transport use in the Atlantic Area Region, including GB. Findings of this study will be presented
Ecole d’Ingenieurs EIGSI La Rochelle
|11.50- 12.15||Transport Scotland – Low Carbon Vehicles Policy in Scotland
This presentation will give attendees an insight into the policy strategy in Scotland for increasing the integration of low carbon vehicles in transport
Head of Low Carbon Vehicles Policy
An International Perspective on Sustainable Transport Strategy
| Rajnish Ahuja
Pahlie India Foundation
|12:40- 13.00|| The REPUTE Guide
This guide will present state-of-the-art knowledge from around the world on existing and new renewable energy technologies, projects and pilots relating to public transport
|Professor Allan Hutchinson – Oxford Brookes University|
|Conference Close: Networking and complimentary lunch for all delegates|