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Conference on Sustainable Transport in Sensitive Areas 27/28 October Vienna

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  • eric.britton@ecoplan.org
    T&E together with Austrian partners will organise a two day conference on Sustainable Freight Transport in Sensitive Areas on 27/28 October in Vienna.
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 8 7:19 AM
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      T&E together with Austrian partners will organise a two day conference on ‘Sustainable Freight Transport in Sensitive Areas’ on 27/28 October in Vienna. Representatives of the European Commission, several national and regional ministries, industry, NGOs and trade unions will give presentations. There will also be a field visit at an innovative intermodal terminal.

       

      Attached please find the draft programme and information about the conference, accommodation and transport possibilities in Vienna.

       

      We will send you early September the final programme. However, as places are limited, it is recommended to register as soon as possible.

       

      If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m looking forward to seeing you in Vienna!

      Kind regards

      Markus Liechti
      Project Manager
      T&E, the European Federation for Transport and Environment
      Bd de Waterloo 34, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
      t +32 2 502 9909 / f +32 2 502 9908
      markus.liechti@... / www.t-e.nu

       

    • Jan Gehl
      Dear all GEHL Architects -Urban Quality Consultants from Copenhagen, have carried out at survey on Public Spaces/Public Life in central London commisioned by
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 12 1:52 AM
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        Dear all

        GEHL Architects -Urban Quality Consultants from Copenhagen, have
        carried out at survey on Public Spaces/Public Life in central London
        commisioned by Transport for London and Central London Partnership.

        This study is part of the overall Congestion Charge strategy, the idea
        being that now when traffic has been reduced by almost 20%, this extra
        capacity should imediately be given to other roadspace users i.e.
        pedestrians and bicyclists. (Both groups are presently offered appaling
        conditions in London)

        The study "Towards a fine City for People" (London 2004) was launched
        by Mayor Ken Livingstone and Lord Richard Rogers of Riverside (chief
        advisor on Architecture and Urbanism) on 22 june 2004.

        The report "Towards a fine City for People" can be seen or downloaded
        from www.gehlarchitects.dk (the file is found under "projects"
        ,"London" )

        For your information and inspiration.
        Have fun

        and many warm greetings
        from your

        Jan Gehl
        Professor of Urban Design
        &
        Partner: GEHL Architects
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