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The End of Automobile Dependence? - Planning for Green and Livable Cities

2020-05-12 2020-05-14

Course dates: May 12th of May to 14th  2020

This intensive 3-day course examines how cities can become more green and livable places by reducing their dependence on the car. It is a globally-oriented course which will take participants on a broad tour of ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ of urban environments around the world. It will emphasise many important positive changes that are occurring in urban environments worldwide in this, “the century of the city.” 

Target group: People working in the areas of urban planning, transport planning, public transport, walking and cycling, either within government, the private sector or through community organisations. 

The course fee is 13 500 SEK excl. VAT and the registration cannot be cancelled, but transferred to another person within an organisation if necessary. The organisers reserve the right to cancel the course, should too few registrations be received. In the event of the course being cancelled, a full refund will be provided, otherwise the fee is non-refundable.

Time and place:The course is given by K2, The Swedish Knowledge Centre for Public Transport, and will be held in central Lund, Sweden, between 12th of May to 14th of May 2020. All lectures will be given in English. 

Contact our education manager Helena Svensson, helena.svensson@tft.lth.se, if you are interested in knowing more

Name: The End of Automobile Dependence? - Planning for Green and Livable Cities   Location: Lund
  Fee: 13500 SEK (not incl. VAT)
Start: 2020-05-12   End: 2020-05-14