The Shared Path: Why we need low-traffic areas in New Zealand's cities
Presented by Holly Walker, Deputy Director and WSP Fellow at The Helen Clark Foundation
Everybody should be able to travel in ways that protect the climate, reduce road deaths, and foster connection and community. Lowering traffic volumes and reducing vehicle trips in our cities is an important tool to achieve our climate, road safety, and wellbeing commitments, but one that has been underutilised to date.
In this seminar, Helen Clark Foundation Deputy Director and WSP Fellow Holly Walker will make the case for rapidly accelerating the implementation of low-traffic streets and neighbourhoods in Aotearoa, drawing on her 2020 report The Shared Path.
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|Date||Thursday, 6 May 2021|
|Time||12:00pm - 1:00pm|
|Location||L2 Lecture Theatre, School of Surveying (2nd floor), 310 Castle Street, Dunedin|
|Contact Name||Emily Tidey and James Berghan|