Paris — Reclaiming the City for its People from its Cars (free webinar)

Simon Fraser University (City Program)
Apr 19, 2017
Vancouver, BC, CA

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Simon Fraser University Next-Generation Transportation Webinar Series

Paris — Reclaiming the City for its People from its CarsApril 19, 11 am PDT
Free webinar, but reservations required. Reserve on Eventbrite.

The French capital is reinforcing its status as one of the world’s great cities by literally putting its best foot forward. Paris is reclaiming streets and public spaces for people, reconnecting the city to the River Seine, providing bike share on a large scale (including bike share for kids), giving priority to buses on surface streets, and developing an extensive light rail network in the suburbs and 200km of new rail, including a ring metro line with the Grand Paris Express project.Carlos Moreno, the mayor of Paris’s special envoy for smart cities, will share these and other innovative developments in Paris.

This webinar is part of the Simon Fraser University Next-Generation Transportation Webinar Series. For information on upcoming free webinars featuring speakers from Medellin, Montreal, Stockholm, Vienna, Helsinki and Paris, visit our website.

Also, check out Simon Fraser University's online Next-Generation Transportation Certificate — a program designed to help planners, engineers and others use next-generation transportation strategies to advance livable and sustainable cities of the future.

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March 17, 2017
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