City Street 4, 23-25 September 2020

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    Leïla Morais
    4 September 2020 - updated 3 weeks ago
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Date & time: 
Wednesday, 23 September, 2020 - 09:00 to Friday, 25 September, 2020 - 18:00

City Street 4 is a platform for the international and interdisciplinary discussion on adaptive approaches towards evolving city streets. Various disciplines are invited to engage and to reflect upon problems related to social integration and exclusion, road accidents and casualties, urban traffic congestion, public health, climate change, and more. This conference welcomes students, researchers and professionals in the urban road planning sector. 

Over the course of three days, there will be keynote speeches, mobile workshops,  technical sessions and networking opportunities. Additionally, prior to the conference start, there will be two days of exhibitions as well as a post-conference round table at the end of the week. This programme will cover all the conference tracks, which include:

T1: Integrated and Universal Mobility: Whose streets?
T2: Dense, Diverse and Designed Urban Development
T3: Mitigating Traffic Congestion with Urban Development
T4: Travel time and Efficiency of Transport Systems
T5: Public-Transport-oriented Cities for All
T6: Borders in Street Life: Dividing or Protecting?
T7: Green Mobility in a Way to Climate Resilient Streets
T8: Safety and Mobility in Local Communities
T9: Indicators and Data for Local Progress in Sustainable Mobility
T10: Pedestrian Friendly Cities to Support Climate Change
T11: Mobility Narratives and Shifting Identities
T12: Street lighting – Supporting sustainable urban development
T13: Sustainable Tourist Mobility: New Implications for Non-Motorized Trips
T14: Perspectives on Sustainable Mobility: Culture of Everyday Activism

Please note that City Street 4 took the decision to move ONLINE due to the current covid-19 pandemic and the resulting measures.

More details on the conference will be announced in the weeks ahead, including reduced registration fees.

For more details, you can visit their website