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Webinar: Congestion and your City: the FLOW Approach

Author: Bonnie Fenton
Posted on: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 11:33

Cycling and walking are good for our health and for the environment but what is the relationship between non-motorised transport and congestion? The FLOW project is looking at the role of walking and cycling in urban congestion and how they can serve as solutions to this widespread urban challenge.

The EU FLOW project is running a series of webinars and e-courses throughout 2017 looking at different aspects of congestion, cycling and walking and transport modelling. The first webinar, Congestion and Your City: the FLOW Approach, will introduce you to the FLOW project’s philosophy on congestion and congestion reduction through walking and cycling measures and will provide a concrete example of the application of FLOW tools in the context of College Green in Dublin. The webinar takes place on Monday, 30.01.2017 at 14:00-15:30  CET.

For more information on the FLOW e-courses and webinars and to sign up for the first webinar, visit the FLOW website.

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