CIVINET UK & Ireland is pleased to announce On the move - A conference about cycling and connectivity. The Belfast Public Bike share Scheme launches next spring, and we are delighted to have Belfast City Council as conference host.
The conference explores cycling strategy development and practical delivery of cycling measures. It also addresses the role of cycling and sustainable transport in urban regeneration. Case studies from Belfast, Dublin and Bath will be featured, along with a look at Northern Ireland’s new cycling strategy. European perspective comes from a Ghent case study, an introduction to CIVINET and advice on EU funding for cycling projects. There’s also a cycle tour in Belfast.
Speaker line up:
Andrew Grieve Northern Ireland Department for Regional Development
Anne Doherty Belfast Public Bike Share
Colin Rees Bath & North East Somerset Council
Damien Ó Tuama Mobilities Consultant
Dr Brendan Murtagh Queen’s University Belfast
Gerry Millar Belfast City Council
Chris Hadfield CIVINET Manager
Fiona McLean Transport & Travel Research
Patty Delanghe City of Ghent
The full programme is attached.
Who should attend? Local authorities and other organisations working on cycling, sustainable mobility or regeneration projects.
Attendance is free for CIVINET UK & Ireland members (up to three delegates from your organisation). For non-members the registration fee is just £50. Book your place online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/on_the_move.
We hope to welcome you at the event in April.
The CIVINET UK & Ireland team