Location: Arup office, Level 14 Exchange Tower, 2 The Esplanade, Perth (entry off Sherwood Court)
Maximum capacity: 30
Tickets: AITPM Members: Free | Non Members: $27.50
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Join the AITPM WA Branch where they will look into how inclusive approaches to Transport Planning can remove barriers for children and create better cities, and ensue the aging population can remain mobile and independent. And how cultural inclusion can support and enhance projects.
12.00-12.30pm Registration, light lunch and networking
12.30-12.40pm Introduction from Arup
12.40-1:00pmTim Judd – GTA – Mobility and the aging population
Exploring what we need to do to ensure the aging population can remain independent and mobile.
1.00-1.20pmTim Petersen – Department of Transport
Planning for the Causeway Pedestrian and Bike Riding bridge. The process and key Aboriginal engagement for the Causeway bridge and how this was key to the success of the project.
1.20-1.40pmBen Haddock – Designing for urban childhood and inclusive cycling
Women, disabled people and older people along with other demographic groups are facing deep-rooted barriers to their experience of, and interaction with, transport systems and travel. Find out how a child-friendly and inclusive approach to urban planning is vital for the creation of cities and places that work better for everyone.
Now is the perfect time to join the AITPM and get the member rates for this event and access to all of AITPM's other webinars for FREE, including all the recordings of past webinars and the Online Conference Series - it is excellent value!