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    • Where

      The West Hall Via The Palm Court Entrance


      When

      2nd November


      Time

      Date Doors open Event Start time Event Finish time
      2nd November 2016 08:15 09:00 17:00

      Admission

      Ticket Advance
      Adult 18+ Register for free

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  • Event Overview
    • Freight in the City

      Freight in the City is an essential event for anyone involved with delivering or receiving goods into city centres, or looking for more sustainable ways to handle urban servicing operations, such as refuse collection.

      Deputy London Mayor of Transport Val Shawcross will officially open this year’s Freight in the City Expo with a keynote speech about how freight fits in with London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s ambitious plans for improved air quality, less congestion and safer roads in the capital.

      Freight in the City features a seminar programme with speakers drawn from all areas of the industry. We have operators from the public and private sectors presenting case studies about their businesses. Policy makers and technology leaders will be looking at future developments in urban deliveries

      Seminar programme:

      1. London Eye: A look at some of the major projects underway in the capital, such as TfL’s LoCity and the West End Partnership Freight Programme
      2. Clean-up act: Air quality targets and encouraging uptake of ultra-low-emission vehicles
      3. Urban compliance: Safer trucks and compliance including a look at the latest research underway in TfL’s Safer Trucks Programme
      4. Retiming and quiet deliveries: Retiming activities across the UK and out-of-hours best practice

      A panel of industry experts will be on hand to conclude the programme and answer any questions you might have about the topics discussed throughout the day.
      In between all seminar sessions, plenty of time has built in for delegates to browse the exhibition of urban vehicles, equipment and services and to network with peers.

      To find out more visit www.freightinthecity.com


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  • Directions/Journey Planner
    • Journey Planner


      HOW TO FIND US

      Situated in North London with spectacular panoramic views of the City, Alexandra Palace is well served by public transport and is 'closer than you think'.

      Whilst we have a number of car parks and 1500 free parking spaces, we strongly advise that customers use public transport when visiting an event or exhibition.

      ADDRESS

      Alexandra Palace Way
      London
      N22 7AY

      BY CAR

      Car park spaces are free and offered on a first come, first served basis. Please note that car parks get very full quickly during events and as such we recommend using public transport to avoid disappointment.

      • SAT NAV POSTCODE: N22 7AY
      • Major roads have signposts ‘to Alexandra Palace’
      • 1 mile from the North Circular Road (A406)
      • 5 miles from the M1 (Junction 2)
      • 8 miles from the M25 (Junction 25)
      DISABLED PARKING

      There are dedicated accessible bays in the Grove car park and the East car park in front of the Ice Rink.

      BY LONDON UNDERGROUND

      To plan your journey please visit the TFL website at www.tfl.gov.uk

      The nearest underground stations are Wood Green on the Piccadilly line and Finsbury Park on the Victoria line.

      The W3 bus runs from both of these tube stations and will take you to the Alexandra Palace Ice Rink stop or Palm Court entrance.

      The W3 runs every 5-8 minutes Monday to Friday, 6-10 minutes on Saturday and 9-12 minutes on Sundays.

      Please see the maps below for where to pick up the W3.

      The W3 from Finsbury Park station, stop B towards Northumberland Park

      Journey time approx. 10 mins

      Bus Stop B from Finsbury Park

      The W3 from Wood Green station, stop F station towards Finsbury Park

      Journey time approx. 8 mins

      Bus Stop B from Finsbury Park
      BY RAIL

      Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station (Alexandra Palace Station). A regular train service runs direct from Moorgate (weekdays only) or from Kings Cross, changing at Finsbury Park.

      Once at Alexandra Palace station you can take the W3 bus or walk (15-20 mins.) directly to the venue.

      BY BUS

      In addition to the W3 from Finsbury Park and Wood Green underground stations, if you are travelling from North London the 184 towards Turnpike Lane Station stops at Alexandra Palace Station.

      The 184 runs every 7-11 minutes Monday to Friday, 6-10 minutes on Saturday and 10-12 minutes on Sundays.

      FREE SHUTTLE BUS

      Some of our events provide a free shuttle bus service.

      Please see specific event pages for further details.

      BY MINICAB

      To book your minicab to and from Alexandra Palace call GLH on 020 7490 4222 and quote ref 99968

      GETTING HOME

      Please note that the last tube/train from Wood Green/Alexandra Palace Station leaves at around midnight. Please check specific train times on the day of your event ahead of arrival: www.tfl.gov.uk