The Future of Sustainable Transport and Public Space – Key Opportunities and Challenges - Open House Dublin 2024

The Future of Sustainable Transport and Public Space – Key Opportunities and Challenges

County Hall, Crofton Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin

Dates & Times
  • Friday 13th October:
  • 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Tour type
  • Talks & Debates

Join in on a conversation about the future of sustainable travel and public spaces. Explore the opportunities and challenges entailed with a panel of thought leaders and listen to a range of perspectives on the topic.

This is an important junction for Ireland as our mobility choices are influenced by emissions’ targets, transport policy and behavioural changes in how we shop, commute, carry out family duties and socialise. You will have an opportunity to envision how we should allocate street space and other public spaces for future generations.

The diverse panel consists of Brian Caulfield, Professor in Transportation in Trinity College Dublin and co-author of research on public perceptions on active travel; Aisling Dunne, Head of Public Policy at the all-in-one mobility provider Bolt: Léan Doody, Director at Arup for Cities Planning & Design and co-author of research on women’s travel needs and Philip Jackson, Project Director with Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Director of the Academy of Urbanism, and leading Urban Design Champion!. The conversation will be chaired by An Cathaoirleach of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, Cllr Denis O’Callaghan.

This talk is pre-book only. Please arrive 10 minutes before the talk begins.

Accessibility Information
The Council Chamber in County Hall, Dún Laoghaire is an accessible building with elevator access for attendees.

Wheelchair accessible
Accessible Toilets
Assistance Dogs welcome

Photography Credit
© Graphic designed by McGowans for DLR Co.Co.


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