Our speakers are:
Roger Blakeley: Introduction – Let’s Get Welly Moving’s principles and objectives
Paula Warren: The sustainable transport hierarchy and why LGWM’s outcomes should reflect it
Barry Mein (LGWM): LGWM’s progress towards meeting its objectives
Russell Tregonning: Transport, climate change and public health: transport choices are health choices
When: Monday 28 August, doors open 5.30pm, 6pm sharp start, 7.30pm close
Where: Wellington Central Library, Mezzanine Floor Meeting Room
All welcome to hear how sustainable transport design for Wellington benefits everyone—walkers, cyclists, public transport users, and drivers—reducing traffic volumes, lowering carbon emissions, and making a healthier city.
Doors open 5.30 for 6pm sharp start. We’ll hear from our speakers, then have a panel discussion, with time for one-on-one discussions afterwards.
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