TfL Webinars: Getting Back to the Network Safely

To assist businesses as they welcome their employees back to the workplace, TfL are hosting a series of webinars that focus on their plan to manage the return of customers to the network. There are five sessions, each covering a different aspect of their work to deliver a clean, reliable and orderly transport service. Each session will last 45 minutes, allowing for a 15-minute presentation on the topic and then questions submitted by attendees via Slido.

TfL Webinars

Keeping London’s Transport Clean, 15 September 1pm

Hear from Lilli Matson, TfL’s Chief Health, Safety and Environment Officer about cleaning regimes across the various modes of transport, as well as trials that have been undertaken to help combat spread of the virus across the network.

Supporting Safe Journey Planning, 22 September 4pm

In August, TfL launched its first ever integrated travel app, providing Londoners with a new tool to plan their journeys – it’s already been downloaded over 31,000 times. This webinar will demonstrate why the new app, along with TfL’s wider open data plans and policies, are critical to London’s recovery; getting people back to schools and workplaces safely and sustainably.

Controlling the crowds, 6 October 10am

TfL has considerable experience in safely controlling crowding on its network and within stations. The coronavirus crisis has required new and imaginative thinking about how they can keep people safe and socially distanced, while maintaining a high-quality customer experience. Andy Lord, TfL’s Managing Director for London Underground will share what you can expect next time you travel on the tube.

London Streetspace Plan, 20 October 4pm

Hear how TfL and London’s Boroughs are delivering a walking and cycling revolution across the city. Giving people safe and socially distanced space to walk and cycle is critical to helping London recover. TfL’s Managing Director for Surface Transport, Gareth Powell, will set out TfL’s plans to ensure the surface transport network is carrying as many people as possible, safely and sustainably.

Communicating With Our Customers in a Crisis, 3 November 10am

London’s transport network will be at the heart of our city’s recovery from the coronavirus crisis. Hear from TfL’s Managing Director of Customers, Communications and Technology, Vernon Everitt about the measures TfL have taken to welcome customers back to the network and how they’re revolutionising customer information to ensure people know exactly when and how to travel safely.

Click here to register for these informative TfL webinars.

TfL Webinars: Getting Back to the Network Safely
TfL Webinars: Getting Back to the Network Safely
TfL Webinars: Getting Back to the Network Safely