We have an exciting programme of upcoming seminars in Central London (most take place near Baker Street), including -
Tue 8th April - Designing Well for Both Walking and Cycling, 6:30-8:30pm, Westminster University
This event is co-organised by the London Cycling Campaign and Living Streets. It focuses on how transport and streetscape investments can cater well for both cycling and walking, mitigating conflicts and taking opportunities to provide excellent environments for both modes.
Following an introduction, participants will break up into small groups, with expert facilitators including John Dales (Urban Movement), Brian Deegan (TfL), Phil Jones (Phil Jones Associates), Esther Kurland (Urban Design London), Caroline Russell (Islington Living Streets) and Mark Strong (Transport Initiatives). Each group will evaluate one recently completed/proposed scheme, and discuss their own ideas for one location where improvement is sorely needed. A plenary discussion will then draw out the broader issues raised and put forward some lessons for designing future street schemes.
With 50 people registering, this event is now full. Please click here to be added to the waiting list and we will contact you as soon as possible if a place becomes available.