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Transport and Connectivity - Cities in Motion

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Transport and Connectivity - Cities in Motion

Time: November 30, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Austin Court
Street: 80 Cambridge Street
City/Town: Birmingham B1 2NP
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…
Event Type: talk
Organized By: The Liveable City
Latest Activity: Nov 16

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Free-flowing transport is a major challenge to create, but nonetheless foundational for a liveable city. That is why more and more cities have looked to Denmark for inspiration. In this seminar, we look at the interface between different modes of transport and the infrastructure and masterplans that supports this, and also how future cities can improve traffic safety, and create healthy, people-friendly environments that can reduce congestion, pollution and carbon emission as well as help cities cope with growing populations and workforces

The conference is organised by The Royal Danish Embassy in partnership with West Midlands Combined Authority, Birmingham City Council and Ramboll and is supported by RIBA.

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Comment by LS on November 15, 2017 at 21:29

More events during The Liveable City:

Masterplanning and Housing – Putting People First: 
https://masterplanning-housing.eventbrite.co.uk

Smart City – Efficiency Through Big Data: 
https://smart-city.eventbrite.co.uk

District Heating – Delivering Affordable Heat: 

https://district-heating.eventbrite.co.uk

Trust in Architecture – The Bedrock for Liveability: 
https://trust-in-architecture.eventbrite.co.uk

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