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The impact of Covid-19 on sustainable transport and mobility: lessons learnt so far
Please join us on 10 June 2020 from 10am to 11.30 am (SAST) for a free webinar hosted by the Southern African Transport Conference (SATC) in partnership with the International Road Federation.
You already know the SATC for its in-depth, expert insights into a complex industry. That hasn’t changed – we are offering the same experience, via webinar.
Key takeouts you can expect:
Get to grips with Covid-19’s impact on the transport sector in the Southern African region
Understand the macroeconomic impact Covid-19 has had on the sector worldwide
Learn more about emerging transport innovations

Jun 10, 2020 10:00 AM in Johannesburg

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Speakers

Susanna Zammataro
Director General @International Road Federation
International Road Federation (IRF) Director General Susanna Zammataro has been actively involved in multinational discussions, including at the United Nations (UN), on the impact Covid-19 is having on the transport industry. Along with her responsibilities at the IRF, Ms Zammataro is a member of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) high-level panel on road safety and has, since 2012, been co-chair of the UN Road Safety Collaboration group, aimed at strengthening global and regional cooperation on road safety. Ms Zammataro is also involved in the World Bank’s Sustainable Mobility for All initiative, as an expert on efficiency, safety and gender.
Phil Hendricks
Transport Client Director @Aurecon
Phil Hendricks is currently the Transport Client Director for Aurecon (Africa). He is also the Board Chair of the Annual Transport Convention. Mr Hendricks has over the years served in a number of roles at Aurecon at both global and regional level and is currently a member of Aurecon’s Africa Board. He has served a number of industry associations and is the current President of the South African Road Federation. Mr Hendricks previously worked at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) as the Executive Director of the Transport Division and subsequently Executive Director of Strategic Relationship Management and Executive Director of the National Research Centres.
Richard Martin Humphreys
Lead Transport Economist @World Bank
Martin Humphreys is a Lead Transport Economist in the World Bank’s Transport unit, and the Global Leader for the bank's Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration, Maritime Transport and Logistics division. Mr Humphries has nearly 30 years’ wide-ranging experience in the transport sector in a number of countries and regions, including Denmark, Russia, the United Kingdom, Eastern Europe, South Asia, the South Caucasus, the Baltic States, the Western Balkan countries, and East and Southern Africa. He is a specialist in post-conflict, fragile and low- and middle-income countries and has a doctorate in Transport Economics.