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Webinar Public Involvement 2.0

27/03/2014

10h30-11h30 CET

Social Applications: Opportunities and challenges for transport planning

Keynote speech by Andrew Nash

Andrew Nash is a transport and urban planner specialised in the use of games, social media and crowd sourcing. His current projects include Grr-Grr-Bike, a smart phone game designed to encourage people to get involved in urban bicycle planning and advocacy, and GreenCityStreets.com, a project that combines an online game with a wiki-based best practices website to educate people about public transport operations and a Facebook-based crowdsourcing platform. Nash has presented his work at many technical and non-technical audiences.

The presentation will provide an overview of key social applications that can be used to help improve transport and urban sustainability. As part of the overview, the opportunities for and challenges with using these applications will be highlighted and concrete ideas for using applications developed. The presentation will close with questions and answers.

Launch of Thematic Group Public Involvement

(by Jan Christiaens, Thematic Moderator for TG Public Involvement)

  • Why should you be part of TG Public Involvement
  • How to become involved in TG Public Involvement
  • Discussion on themes to work on in TG Public Involvement

 

Q&A session 

 

If you have specific questions for the speakers, or if you have inspiring examples of interactive applications for travel information, please join the discussion on the CIVITAS Interactive discussion platform for public involvement. We will continue the discussion here after the webinar ends.

 

Please register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/450892483387558146.

The webinar will use the GoToWebinar software. If you have never used it before, you can test it here.

 

Location:
Internet
Organizer:
CIVITAS Initiative
Organizer Email:
Contact: Christiaens Jan

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