Continued budget cuts, emerging technology and the increasing trend towards collaboration, mean that ‘business as usual’ for public sector transport providers is not an option.
Civica’s latest research shows nearly 40% of fleet managers would reduce the size of their workforce in order to address their budget deficit. But with the right approach this can be avoided. Our latest report Commercialising public sector transport operations explores the sector challenges and offers practical guidance on how you can commercialise your transport operations.
You need to look at what you want to achieve and how people, technology and processes can work together.
Adrian Millward, Strategic Manager, Fleet & Compliance, Stoke-on-Trent City Council
Commercialising public sector transport operations
Balancing budgets and reinvesting in frontline services
In association with Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)
- Al Hoare, Group Central Services Director, Corserv
- Mike Butler, Managing Director, Peopletoo
- Phil Clifford, Fleet & Technical Manager, West Suffolk Councils
- Julian Minta, Fleet Operations Manager, London Borough of Enfield
- Eddie Cross, Consultant, Former Head of Transport Engineering Services, London Borough of Redbridge
- Richard Flint, Head of Estates, Transport & Logistics, North Yorkshire Police
- Adrian Millward, Strategic Manager, Fleet Operations & Compliance, Stoke-on-Trent City Council
- Harald Hamley, Regional Co-ordinator, CILT (UK)
- Matt Goodstadt, Managing Director, Transport, Civica
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