Simultaneous interpretation is provided during this conference.
May 26(Wed.), 202115:00~15:30(KST) / 02:00~02:30(EDT) / 07:00~07:30(BST)
May 26(Wed.), 202115:30~16:10(KST) / 02:30~03:10(EDT) / 07:30~08:10(BST)
Global Imperatives for supporting more walking and creating walkable cities
May 26(Wed.), 202116:20~17:40(KST) / 03:20~04:40(EDT) / 08:20~09:40(BST)
Investing in walkable cities is the solution that answers so many of the challenges we face as a global community. These challenges are also the driver we need to build the case for investment and priority for people on foot. We will hear from experts in road safety, climate action, equity, gender and physical activity to draw together the threads of how harnessing more walking to support these agendas is critical for their success.
Post-pandemic: putting our best foot forward for resilience and regeneration
May 26(Wed.), 202118:00~19:20(KST) / 05:00~06:20(EDT) / 10:00~11:20(BST)
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives, our mobility and public spaces, we reflect on the response to these challenges and how to harness the lessons learnt for a better future. With speakers from Asia, Africa, Colombia and Europe we will identify the critical next steps being taken to move forward for a more resilient future.
Oral Presentation 1
Building a walkable city
May 26(Wed.), 202119:30~20:50(KST) / 06:30~07:50(EDT) / 11:30~12:50(BST)
Cities are increasingly investing in more walkable streets and neighbourhoods to enhance liveability and economic prosperity. This session will explore the elements of success from leading world cities and their future plans.