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Citi Logik sponsors Transport Planning Day Campaign 2021


Transport Planning Day Campaign and Citi Logik

Citi Logik has become a proud sponsor of the Transport Planning Day Campaign 2021, organised by the Transport Planning Society.


The 2021 Transport Planning Day campaign, culminating in the day itself on November 15, focuses on the role of transport planners in providing a transport system that ensures everyone can have access to the services and opportunities they want.

The campaign provides a platform for transport planners to showcase their achievements and encourage young people into the profession.


The campaign provides a platform for transport planners to showcase their achievements and encourage young people into the profession.

This year's theme


The theme of this year’s campaign is equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).

This year’s campaign’s keynote speakers are former Home Secretary David Blunkett and Emma Ward, Director General for Roads, Places and Environment at the Department for Transport. Lord Blunkett will be speaking at a session on November 15 about what we need to do as an industry, while Emma Ward will focus on how our work can be more inclusive. The campaign also includes a series of other events, including a session on new advances in assistive technology and independent mobility on November 2 and a Parliamentary reception at a date to be confirmed in November.


At Citi Logik, we are committed to ensuring that our workplace is one where everyone feels that they can bring their whole selves to work. We value people’s differences and want everyone to reach their full potential in an environment that helps them to thrive.


We value people’s differences and want everyone to reach their full potential in an environment that helps them to thrive.


Why equality in transport is so important


Good transport unlocks horizons, provides opportunities and enables people to participate in economic, social and political life.


However, not everyone has equal access to transport. It’s important to balance the interests of drivers and pedestrians, train lines and motorways and residents.

Progress has been made in making transport more inclusive, but to build on this, we need to have a transport planning profession that takes account for the differing needs of all people. As an industry, transport needs to reflect the diverse nature of the public it serves.


As an industry, transport needs to reflect the diverse nature of the public it serves.

Click here for further information about the rollout of the Campaign, events and blogs.


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