Localising Transport: towards the 15-minute city or the one-hour metropolis?
Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft and LSE Cities invite you to join the next Urban Age Debate Localising Transport: Towards the 15-minute city or the one-hour metropolis? on Thursday, 20 May 2021.
Supported by SAP SE and Knowledge Partner Teralytics, this Urban Age Debate brings together prominent leaders in the mobility and economics sector who have made profound impacts on the shape of cities, to discuss the future of urban transportation and accessibility over the next decade. Watch our trailer.
Localising Transport: Towards the 15-minute city or the one-hour metropolis?
Thursday, 20 May 2021 | 2.00 - 3.00 p.m. CET
Edward Glaeser | Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Sir Peter Hendy | Chair, Network Rail
Yolisa Kani | Chief Business Development Officer, Transnet
Isabel Dedring | Global Transport Leaders and Group Board Member, Arup
Philipp Rode | Executive Director, LSE Cities and the Urban Age Programme
Following the success of the first Urban Age scoping survey on remote work (survey findings), Urban Age has developed a new survey to gather informed assessments on the future of urban transport, mobility, and accessibility. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete.
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