Voting Open: techUK Intelligent Transport and Mobility Steering Board Chair and Vice Chair
Instructions for voting
You can access the nominee profiles below. Nominees have submitted their bios and a personal statement covering what they could bring to the Board for your consideration. Elections will be conducted by a simple majority system.
Please make sure you read the nominee biographies below before casting your vote and please note voting is limited to one representative per company. We encourage colleagues to deliberate internally as we will only record the first vote received from each organisation.
Please note that some candidates have applied for both the Chair and Vice Chair positions so please review all the applications before voting for your preference.
Read the nominations and cast your votes before 17:00 on 5 July 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Feldman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About the Intelligent Mobility and Transport Steering Board
The Intelligent Mobility and Transport's Group aim is to deliver a digitally enabled, interoperable, integrated and inclusive transport network that connects people and services with multiple modes of mobility. This programme's focus is to improve regulatory environment of the wider mobility services ecosystem by working together with Government and engaging with industry around priorities and key challenges.
Information on Board’s proposed value proposition for the year ahead is available to download here.
Ashley Feldman is the programme manager for transport and smart cities, at techUK.
Ashley joined techUK in 2022 having worked in the public policy and communications industry for four years. He specialised in advising businesses in the infrastructure, built environment and transport sectors on a wide range of issues including stakeholder engagement and corporate reputation management.
Ashley obtained a masters degree in Urbanisation and Development studies at the London School of Economics.
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Lucas Banach is Programme Assistant at techUK, he works on a range of programmes including Data Centres; Climate, Environment & Sustainability; Market Access and Smart Infrastructure and Systems.
Before that Lucas who joined in 2008, held various roles in our organisation, which included his role as Office Executive, Groups and Concept Viability Administrator, and most recently he worked as Programme Executive for Public Sector. He has a postgraduate degree in International Relations from the Andrzej Frycz-Modrzewski Cracow University.