CIHT Hong Kong is delighted to co-host this conference with the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design.
Cities are radically rethinking traditional approaches to urban mobility on the back of Covid disruption, technological revolution, and climate emergency, whilst also trialing new methods of regulation, implementation and financing. Mobility uses have formed the backbone of urban realm space allocation for decades, yet that is changing as urban dwellers demand healthier, better quality, and more equitable urban environments, along with systems and networks more responsive to meet the expectations of net zero. Integrating more innovative approaches to urban mobility needs to form the critical part of reshaping the city. The seventh HKIUD Conference acts to share policy and technology thinking in this disrupted space and explores how the coming approaches to new mobility will shape the urban realm and are critical to the health and viability of the future city.
Papers are by invite only and shall be published in the 2023 Conference Proceedings with a DOI number through Urbanie & Urbanus - The Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design
Tuesday 14th November @ 18:30 - 19:30 HKT
Professor Dan Hill - Director, Melbourne School of Design
Topic: "Retrofitting all the streets in Sweden: a mission-oriented approach to transforming mobility systems in the context of our shared urban challenges"
Wednesday 15th November @ 18:30 - 19:30 HKT
Dr. Will Norman - Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Mayor of London
Topic: "Active Travel: Transforming London"
Thursday 16th November @ 18:30 - 19:30 HKT
Ms. Tanya Moran & Mr. Tim Judd - Directors, PJA Perth
Topic: "Our streets – the outdoor rooms of our cities – affect our physical and mental health"
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• Learn about a variety of topics
• Q&A with experts
Traffic and transport planners and professionals and anyone interested in smart mobility, integrated planning and urban design.
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