Auckland Transportation Group Quiz Night!

We invite you to form a team with your colleagues and battle it out against your fellow transport group members to decisively determine Auckland’s smartest transport team.  Last year was a great success with 13 teams and around 90 participants. Ideally we are looking for company/organisation teams of between 4 – 10 people. If you are an independent then please let us know and we will team you up with others in a similar position as we did last year.

When: Wednesday 15 August, 5.30 – 9.30pm
Venue: The Paddington, 117 St George’s Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland

The event is free and the winning team will be awarded a $100 bar tab plus the honour of winning and all the associated bragging rights entailed therein.

The committee will sponsor nibbles, and a free drink for the first 20 people through the door. The Paddington will be running the quiz for us and it will be in the normal format.

Team registration closes on Tuesday 7 August at 5pm.  Please provide details of Team Name, Organisation, and the number of team members so to allow us to plan for catering.

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Auckland Transport’s 10 year Cycling Programme

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Auckland Transport’s Kathryn King

Kathryn King, Walking & Cycling & Safety Manager at Auckland Transport (AT) will present on the ambitious 10 year Cycling Programme. AT’s walking and cycling programme sits as part of a wider investment in walking and cycling approved in the RLTP to be delivered by the Transport Agency, Local Boards, Council and AT.

At $880m this is the largest ever investment in walking and cycling in New Zealand and has the potential to transform the way people move around Auckland. Providing high quality infrastructure will encourage and enable more people to travel by bike for everyday reasons.

When: Tuesday 4 September 5pm-7pm (Networking (Nibbles sponsored by AECOM, cash bar) 5pm-6pm, Presentation 6pm-7pm)

Where: Auckland Town Hall, Council Chamber, 305 Queen Street

Open to members and non-members, no need to RSVP

Urban Design: The Panacea we had hoped for?

Debating the effectiveness of Urban Design to create better environments.

Come along to hear the Urban Design Forum’s great debate on what has happened in the field of Urban Design since the Urban Design Protocol was released in 2005. Listen to the pros and cons of having design interventions affect our public realm, debate the evolving significance of urban design in our urban and suburban settings, and discuss the value of spatial planning as represented by the views of both the public and private sector.

Leonie Freeman – Property Council
Rachel De Lambert – Boffa Miskell
Julie Stout – Mitchell Stout
Katja Lietz – HLC
Sam Bourne – NZTA
John Duguid – Auckland Council

Nick Williamson – Align

Click here for details

Hosted by the Urban Design Forum NZ

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