UKTiE hosted a successful workshop on Horizon Europe Opportunities for Transport Innovators on Friday 2 July. It was attended by almost 50 participants from the UK, Europe and beyond, representing Governments, Devolved Administrations, European associations and networks, Cities and Regions, Universities, research organisations, regulators, companies, researchers, and citizens.

The keynote speakers were Louise Mothersole, Horizon Europe UK National Contact Point Mobility (InnovateUK) and Professor Clive Roberts FIRSE FIET, Director of the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research, University of Birmingham, and Education Lead for the UK Railway Research and Innovation Network.

The presentation from Louise is here.

The presentation from Clive is here.

It was moderated by Mark Watts FCILT, FRSA, CEO of UKTiE.

Other speakers included Simon Argyle, Deputy Director UK Mission to the EU & Counsellor, Competitiveness, Connectivity and Innovation, and Kate Jennings, Director of Policy at Railway Industry Association (RIA).

The next workshop will be held on Friday 15 October and will focus on identifying opportunities to collaborate.

The video of the workshop will become available shortly and available here.

LP Brussels organised the workshop for UKTiE, and it was made possible thanks to the partners and sponsors:

UK Mission to the EU

University of Birmingham

Railway Industry Association

One Policy Place

For further information on the upcoming workshop and how you can participate, or further information on UKTiE, then please contact Ryan Hunter at


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