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TDB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Wednesday 7 September 2016
TDB will be holding its 2016 Annual General Meeting at the Wellington 2016 TDB Seminar. Formal notice of the AGM have already been distributed to members and can be found here, including the proposed agenda. Key details are:
Fourteenth Annual General Meeting 2016
Wednesday 7 September 2016 at 6:30pm
at the 2016 TDB Wellington Seminar Venue
Sustainability Trust Meeting Room
2 Forresters Lane (off Tory Streets)
Wellington 6011, New Zealand
The meeting agenda includes the election of up to six Board members (two New Zealand, four Australia). Nomination forms may be found on our website.
Any queries or matters pertaining to this Annual General Meeting may be directed to either the Chair (Tony Brennand) or the Executive Officer (Stuart Woods).
2016 SEMINAR SERIES
Join us in this great opportunity to gain insight and knowledge of latest developments, and build valuable industry networks. A key feature of the seminars will be presentations by TRICS Managing Director, Nick Rabbets, who is visiting New Zealand and Australia as part of the increasing the collaboration between TRICS and TDB. Topics to be covered include:
- Small scale developments ITA guided research
- TRICS: Past, present and future
- Our on-line database
- Pass-by and diverted traffic research
- Changes in trip rates over time
- Data collection: joint opportunities and challenges
Read more in the full newsletter .
2012 Trips Database Bureau AGM – Formal Notice
Notice is hereby given that Trips Database Bureau will be holding its
2012 AGM on Wednesday 12th September at 2:45pm, Manukau Meeting Room,
Auckland Transport, 6 Henderson Valley Road, Henderson, Auckland.
Please see the Notice of Meeting and agenda for further details.
2012 Seminar: 10th Anniversary get together
On 12th September, TDB is running its 10th Anniversary Seminar. Mark
this date in your diary to attend. This is the key event for TDB in
celebrating its first ten years of operating. We will also hold our
10th AGM during our gathering.
This will be a full day sharing interesting presentations on key current
topics, our recent initiatives, and a chance to reflect and network
with colleagues. Our new strategic plan and website will be unveiled,
to take us into our second 10 years.
Please see our seminar brochure for registration details, location and times.
TRICS conference 2011
As reciprocal members, TDB is happy to promote and encourage Australasian professionals and members to consider this year’s TRICS conference.
This year’s conference theme is “Transport, Localism and the Big Society”, which oversees a variety of sessions throughout the day, including the following topics:
- The localism bill – where does transport planning make its mark?
- A developer’s view on impacts of localism – putting the brakes on large developments?
- Neighbourhood plans and community development
- Community development and understanding transport needs
- Involving business in neighbourhood plans – resolving conflicts?
- Manual for Streets
- Local sustainable transport fund – supporting neighbourhoods and communities?
- No travel! – Reducing the impact of business travel
We are also pleased to confirm that, as with the 2010 conference, attendance will count towards CPD hours.
Delegate fees are frozen at 2010 prices, which are heavily reduced from the previous year. TRICS and CIHT member organisations can attend the conference for only £199 + VAT. As usual, we are expecting a significant attendance of transport and development professionals from across both the public and private sectors, which makes our event an excellent opportunity to network with others within the wide-ranging TRICS Community.
To book your place at this year’s conference, you can complete and return a booking form by email to email@example.com or in the post (to the London address shown at the foot of this email). You can find a downloadable booking form with an on-line booking submission option at http://www.trics.org/conference11/index.html. As usual, places are subject to availability, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. There is also the opportunity to attend the conference meal at a local restaurant the evening before the event, details of which you can find on the booking form.