How do you actually go about planning and implementing a coherent local cycling and walking network? Speakers from a range of organisations in London and the South East will address this question from several different angles in this timely event. The content will include attention to the objectives of the network, the public input and communication and the practical nuts and bolts of the infrastructure itself.
'Developing Cycling and Walking Networks' will be held at Mott MacDonald in Farringdon, Central London on Thursday 28 November 2019, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Sandwich lunch is provided by Mott MacDonald at 12:30 following the event. Register now via Eventbrite!
A joint regional meeting of the Act TravelWise London & South East regions will take place after the workshop (requires separate registration).
The workshop features:
• Introduction (Damian Price, Mott MacDonald)
• 'Using the LCWIP Tools: Examples from Crawley and Croydon' (Mark Strong, Transport Initiatives)
• 'Beyond the Commute: Turning the Focus to Real-Life Journeys' (Lucy Marstrand, Project Centre)
• 'Making an Exciting Case for Active Travel: Examples from Work with RB Kingston, Highland Council and Buckden Parish Council (Richard Lewis, Cycling UK)
• 'New Directions for Crawley: How the LCWIP Will Support Our Sustainable Transport Ambitions' (Louise Skipton-Carter, Crawley Borough Council)
• Group discussion
• Sandwich lunch (provided)
Attendance is free for Act TravelWise members sending one delegate. Non-members and additional delegates are charged at £50.
For more information, please contact Randall Ghent of Act TravelWise on 07960 180851 or [email protected]