Upcoming FREE ADVI Hypothetical Webinar
Urban Planning and Land Use for Connected and Automated Vehicles
Thursday 26 July 2018 at 3:00 PM AEST
The key objective of city planning should be diverse mobility to create competitive, productive and equitable cities. Diverse mobility is defined as access to mobility options that maximise effectiveness in terms of cost, time, network impacts, social (health) outcomes and environmental outcomes. Automated vehicles will emerge on Australian roads by 2020 and will stimulate new travel patterns and new city geography.
How will urban planning and design need to change and adapt to support this future? When you imagine this future, what are the new planning and urban design opportunities?
The Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) Policy and Risk Group has prepared the document attached to raise public awareness and engage thought leaders to identify pathways forward, potential barriers/risks, and to encourage discussion on new policy mixes to reshape cities.
This second episode of ADVI’s Hypothetical Webinar Series will be set in the near future with a range of leading experts and will focus on the impact of AVs on planning and land use.
Featured panellists include Rita Excell – ADVI Executive Director & IPWEA Vice President, Brian Haratsis – MacroPlan Dimasi, Dorte Ekelund – Principal Advisor, Smart Cities SMEC and Gary White – Chief Planner, NSW Department of Planning & Environment.
Join us on Tuesday 26 July at 3:00 PM AEST.
Please note – this session will commence at 3:00 PM AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). As time zones will vary for attendees, please check your own time zone. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.
Registration for this FREE webinar is essential.
Simply click on the button below and create your free account to register.
After registering, you will be sent a reminder email and a link.
Recording – The recording will also be made available to registrants who are unable to attend the live broadcast.
For a copy of the Urban Design Thought Starter document, please download via the link below.