Bulletin Board

Städtebau und Mobilität

Berlin, Germany
Thu 30.01.2020 09:30

Lösungskonzepte für eine nachhaltige Mobilität in Städten und ländlichen Räumen

Der Verkehrssektor ist derzeit geprägt von erheblichen Veränderungsprozessen zur Erreichung einer nachhaltigen sozial- und stadtverträglichen Mobilität. Zur Anpassung der Rahmenbedingungen für neue Mobilitätsformen und ein bedarfsgerechtes Angebot müssen auch die Kommunen als zentrale Akteure bestehende Steuerungsmöglichkeiten nutzen, die auf die jeweiligen Verhältnisse angepasst sind. 

Symposium Arbeitsmobilität neu gedacht

Aachen, Germany
Mon 23.03.2020 09:30

Symposium Arbeitsmobilität neu gedacht

Gemeinsam mit der GEFAK (Gesellschaft für angewandte Kommunalforschung) lädt Sie die cowork AG zum ersten Symposium "ARBEITSMOBILITÄT NEU GEDACHT - Coworking und Pendlerstationen als Handlungsfelder der Wirtschaftsförderung" ins WORQS nach Aachen ein, um gemeinsam mit Vertretern aus Politik und Wissenschaft über neue Chancen und Möglichkeiten zu sprechen, die Pendelstrecken, Arbeitnehmer und nicht zu vergessen die Umwelt zu entlasten und wie man in Zukunft produktive und kreative Arbeitsorte planen und entwickeln kann. 

Sustainable mobility through child-friendly neighbourhoods

EU
Thu 20.02.2020 11:00

Sustainable mobility through child-friendly neighbourhoods - three examples from Munich, Zurich and Graz

Children are the future users of our cities. That’s why it’s important to sensitize them to the issues of sustainable mobility and child-friendly (public) spaces at an early age, thus promoting mobility behavior appropriate to the city. In the one-hour Webinar we’d like to adress this topic, using three examples implemented by the cities of Munich, Graz and Zurich within the the EU-Projekts Metamorphosis project.

Transport Innovation for Sustainable Development

Leipzig, Germany
Wed 27.05.2020 09:00

The 2020 Summit will explore the benefits to transport and mobility brought by the recent advances in new technologies and business models to enhance the accessibility, safety and efficiency of transport infrastructure and services. The discussions will focus on how innovation in transport can contribute to achieving the goals set out in the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and what governance framework is needed to enable this.

More info: https://2020.itf-oecd.org/

 

4th CITIES FORUM 2020

Porto, Portugal
Thu 30.01.2020 09:30

Organised by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy, and the City of Porto, the "CITIES Forum 2020 – "together we shape a sustainable urban future" is a two-day major event of the European Commission bringing together key stakeholders from European, national and local levels. The Forum is a place for all stakeholders to capitalise on common achievements and reflect on the future directions of urban development within Cohesion Policy including the future of the Urban Agenda for the EU.

"Place-making: how a construction site in public space can become a learning and meeting point"

Meran/o
Thu 16.01.2020 10:30

In this webinar we will lay out our general approach to place-making actions in Meran/o, Italy. We usually develop our projects in 3 steps: analysis and exploration of the neighbourhood, definition of strategies to be applied, elaboration of a project together with stakeholders and children. The main focus is on the participation of children.

Temporary trial of co-designed street improvements at Valentine Primary School, Southampton (Part 4/4)

  • Posted on: 17 December 2019
  • By: Anna Solderer

The ‘Street Kit’ was left in place on the verges and in front of the school for 14 weeks to enable the effects to be experienced over a period of time with local residents watering the plants in the ‘street kit’. Despite concerns, all the pieces remained in place undamaged, and more children used the painted crossing and lollipop person rather than crossing elsewhere along the road. Before the kit was removed a survey was undertaken revealing that 95% of parents and residents would like to see the measures made permanent and 72% felt they had made the streets a lot more child friendly.

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