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Conference: Zagreb 2008

New Mobility Requirements within Existing and Expanding Urban Fabric

7-9 May 2008 - Zagreb, Croatia

Program (PDF Format)

Registered Attendees

Proceedings (PDF Format)

Photographs

Presentations:

8th May
‘Sustainable mobility towards an improved quality of urban life’
by Visnja BEDENKO, Office of Strategic Planning, City of Zagreb
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‘Forming a new urban grid within the existing urban fabric’ by Toni BILUS and Milena KUHTA, Office of Strategic Planning, City of Zagreb
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Rome, ‘issues from city sprawling, mobility and environment’ Fabio NUSSIO Head of International Cooperation - ATAC SpA
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Berlin, ‘Integration of transport and land use planning: useful instruments. Experiences from Berlin’. Friedemann KUNST, Head, Department of Transport Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung, Berlin
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‘Project K2020 (Public Transport in 2020) setting the frame for the public transport system in the future’, by Jan RINMAN Deputy Director General, Director of Planning and Finance, City of Goteborg
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‘Environment and mobility (focussing on small air pollution particles and means of curbing emissions within an holistic approach)’ by René MEIJER, Deputy Director for Traffic and Transportation, Amsterdam
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‘Congestion is not a fate’ by Frédy WITTWER, Director, directeur Mobilité recherche et cooperation, Geneva
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9th May
‘Integrated urban and mobility planning. The experience of Barcelona with 22@ and ‘La Marina’’ by Mr. Julio Garcia, Barcelona Head of Traffic Management.
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‘Highlights from the new Strategic Plan for Ljubljana’ by Miran GAJSEK, Head of Department for Spatial Management
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‘CATALIST - a project to foster the adoption of radical policies aiming to sustainable urban mobility' by Maurizio Tomassini, Director for Developments, ISIS Rome
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