Mobility in Our Fast-growing Capital City

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Date:

March 24

Time:

03:30 pm - 05:00 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mobility-in-our-fast-growing-capital-city-tickets-145232037935
Organizer

Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA)

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/institute-of-welsh-affairs-iwa-5331439653
Exploring the challenges and opportunities for transport in the Cardiff City Region as we move towards the “new normal”.

Mobility in Our Fast-growing City: What should the future of transport look like for the Cardiff City Region?

Our panel of transport experts and local leaders discuss how to create a region-wide travel network that works for everybody who lives and works in the capital.

Is it time for Cardiff to have a congestion charge? What are the politics of big changes to the transport system?

The panel will explore the challenges and opportunities for transport in the Cardiff City Region as we move from the Covid-19 crisis and towards the ‘new normal’.

We look at plans for the region and delve into what lessons can be learned from successful transport solutions from further afield.

Panellists:

  • Prof Mark Barry, Cardiff University
  • Christine Boston, Sustrans Cymru
  • Cllr Huw Thomas, Cardiff Council
  • Allison Dutoit, Gehl, UWE Bristol

Attendees will be able to engage in debate and ask questions of the panel.

    Tickets for this event are free but limited. To confirm your attendance, please make sure to book your ticket.

The Cardiff University – IWA debate series brings together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to discuss topical issues at the heart of politics, society and the economy in Wales. Challenging assumptions and offering fresh thinking, the sessions support informed policymaking through constructive and engaging debate.

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