Lessons from Lockdown – Transport Mobility
This panel discussion event will be held on the 30 July at Christchurch City Council Level 1 Function Room
Entrance via Worcester Boulevard
- Start time – 6.00 pm
- Doors open – 5.30 pm
We have five panellists confirmed from diverse areas and perspectives including walking, cycling, public transport, public health, environment and social equity:
Cr. Sara Templeton
Dr. Angela Curl, University of Otago
Ed Clayton, Sustainability Society
Ed Wright, Environment Canterbury
Charlotte Bebbington, Action Bicycle Club
Chrissie Williams, as panel discussion facilitator
Together, we are pleased to offer a diverse range of insightful and interesting perspectives!
The event will give us the opportunity to reflect on and discuss the:
- Impacts of Covid-19 on transport networks, choices, environment and community outcomes.
- Link between policy and outcomes.
- Potential there was to maintain the shift in travel behaviour as seen in the lockdown period.
- Importance of public messaging and what we could have done better to further encourage mode shift.
Questions can be submitted in advance and audience questions on the night. If you have any questions you would like asked please follow this link. [update: link now closed]
Light nibbles and drinks will be provided.
We will be video recording the event for viewing afterwards.
In the meantime if you have any questions please contact Karishma.email@example.com
No RSVP required. Targeted to those in the transport, planning, policy and landscape & urban design sectors. The venue is accessible and there is cycle parking on Worcester Street.
We hope you can attend and we look forward to seeing you there!