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Wed 28/09/22, 9.30am–12.30pm
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Unpacking the principles behind designing streets and spaces to encourage those who can to cycle.

Agenda

9.30 Welcome and Introduction, Paul Dodd (Urban Design London)

9.40 Introduction to cycling design principles and

guidance, Lucy Marstrand-Taussig (TfL)

10.15 The Healthy Streets Check for Designers, Tom Wilson (TfL)

10.45 Comfort break

11.00 Design toolkits, Mark Artis (TfL)

11.45 TfL project and programme update, Mark Artis (TfL) With a funding settlement now in place Mark will outline TfL ambition for cycle infrastructure in London.

12.00 Lessons from abroad – Flourishing Molendinar – Connecting the Northeast of Glasgow, Mark Solley (Civic Engineers) and Sinead Gilmour (Civic Engineers)

12.30 Close

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Thu 27/10/22, 9.15am–2pm
Palestra
Related Events: Street Design

Outlining the key principles behind creating healthy, welcoming, and accessible streets that promotes physical and mental wellbeing.

This event is in-person, please remember to keep us updated if your plans change, to help us plan catering or allow fellow members to take your place.

Agenda

09.15 Welcome & Refreshments

09.30 Cool Wall for Streets

10.00 Street Design Principles Applied, John Dales (Urban Movement)

11.00 Comfort break

11.15 Climate Resilient Streets, Emilie Leclerc & Rhys Williams (Civic Engineers)

11.45 Introduction to the Healthy Streets Check, Oliver Davey (Urban Movement)

12:15 Lunch break

12:45 Exercise: Healthy Streets Check in Practice

13:45 Round Up

14:00 Close

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Tue 29/11/22, 9.30am–12.30pm
Zoom
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Providing engineers with in-depth information on how to deliver sustainable urban drainage systems as an integrated aspect of highway works.

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Thu 08/12/22, 9.30am–12.30pm
Zoom
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Capacity, geometry, signals? This hands-on session will provide you with the tools to deliver safer junctions and link section options that prioritise active travel.

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Tue 31/01/23, 9.30am–12.30pm
Zoom
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Looking at how to create welcoming, practical, and safe spaces that take people where they want to go.

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Wed 22/03/23, 9.30am–12.30pm
Zoom
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Looking at best practice in strategic city-wide modelling and micro simulation models for all modes.

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Tue 21/06/22, 2–5pm
Zoom
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Join us for an afternoon unpacking programmes and projects that seek to deliver safer streets and realise Vision Zero. We will cover speed limits, traffic reduction, sustainable travel planning for schools and research on commercial van safety.

Agenda

14.00 Welcome, Esther Kurland (UDL)

14.05 Vision Zero: An Introduction, Amy Pidwill (TfL)

14.15 Lowering 20mph speed limits

  • Case Study: London Borough of Richmond, Nick O’Donnell (LB Richmond & Wandsworth)

14.45 Reducing traffic on local streets for safer, greener roads to protect children and people walking and cycling.

  • Case Study: Sustrans, Sam Dillon (Sustrans)
  • Case Study: London Borough of Lambeth - low traffic neighbourhoods, Jess Marston (LB Lambeth)

15.15 Designing streets with safety in mind, to help everyone get around safety and make active travel attractive.

  • Case Study: City of London, Simon Bradbury (City of London)
  • Towards Vision Zero Report, Ross Phillips (Cross River Partnership)

15.45 Comfort break

15.55 Promoting and encouraging ways to travel that pose less risk to other people on the roads

  • Case Study: STARS programme and School Streets
  • Julie Plichon (LB Islington)
  • Carla Leowe (Westminster City Council)
  • Robert Nicolas (LB Richmond & Wandsworth)

16.40 Leading by example in committing to eliminating casualties on our streets, through supply chains and fleets

  • Case Study: Euro NCAP and research on new Commercial Van Safety Rating, Matthew Avery (Thatcham)

17.00 Close

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Thu 05/05/22, 9.30am–12.30pm
Zoom
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An overview of active travel policies and targets looking at why it matters and how to design places that help people to choose this way of getting around.

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