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Urban mobility transitions: towards sustainable and liveable cities - UCL/HKU Symposium November 28th London

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"Cavoli, Clemence" <[log in to unmask]>

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Cavoli, Clemence

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Mon, 22 Oct 2018 15:26:22 +0000

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Dear colleagues,
You are invited to attend the following symposium jointly organized by UCL and the University of Hong Kong.
Urban mobility transitions: towards sustainable and liveable cities
It will take place on November 28th at the Hallam Conference Centre in London.
Rapidly increasing urbanisation rates present significant mobility challenges for cities across the world, given commitments to meet the Sustainable Development Goals. A growing number of high income cities are attempting to constrain and reduce traffic levels and move towards sustainable mobility and liveability, while rapidly growing cities in Global South countries are faced with the stark choice of repeating the mistakes of many of the cities in so-called 'developed' countries, or moving more directly to transport systems which follow principles of sustainable mobility and liveability. This symposium brings together leading researchers in the UK and in Hong Kong who will share recent research on the different potential pathways and impacts for sustainable mobility and liveable cities, within this broader socio-demographic and cultural context.
There are three core themes:

  *   Transition pathways to sustainable mobility
  *   Impacts of new approaches
  *   Towards liveable cities
Speakers

  *   Professor Peter Jones, OBE, Centre for Transport Studies, UCL
  *   Professor Becky P.Y. Loo, Director of the Institute of Transport Studies and Head of Geography, University of Hong Kong
  *   Professor S.C. Wong, Chair Professor of Department of Civil Engineering and Associate Dean of Faculty of Engineering, University of Hong Kong
  *   Dr Jiangping Zhou, Associate Professor in the Department of Urban Planning and Design, University of Hong Kong
  *   Dr. Robin Hickman, Reader, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL
  *   Dr Tim Schwanen, Associate Professor, Director of the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford
  *   Dr. Tom Cohen, Senior Research and Teaching fellow, Centre for Transport Studies, UCL
  *   Dr. Clemence Cavoli, Research and Teaching fellow, Centre for Transport Studies, UCL
  *   Mengqiu Cao, Ph.D Candidate, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL
Link to register below:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/urban-mobility-transitions-towards-sustainable-and-liveable-cities-tickets-51515891418



Dr. Clemence Cavoli
Research & Teaching fellow - Environmental and Transport policy-making and planning
Centre for Transport Studies | Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience
t: +44(0)7526169742
University College London | Civil, Environmental, Geomatic Engineering Department, Gower Street WC1E 6BT

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