Wed 11 December 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Toha - Derech HaShalom 5, Tel Aviv,

* Second meeting out of three meetings *

Crowding is felt everywhere and will continue to challenge us in our professional activities and in real life. There are tools, ideas and knowledge that can put together better design. We created three seminars and training sessions to promote professional knowledge and attitudes in transportation and traffic planning that support urbanism – and we’re off to a good start.

The sessions are for a diverse professional audience. For anyone involved in urban planning, traffic and transportation, urban design, public space, regional planning, social, economic and environmental.
Knowledgeable knowledge of speakers and yours will be collected and written as common positions paper to be given to senior government and local government officials.

Second meeting // 11.12.2019
The two are better than one: Strategic planning and tactical urbanism

18:00 – 18:30 Gathering and refreshments
18:30 – 20:30 Expert lectures, knowledge and professional discourse

– Presenting Strategic Planning for Peace Road in Tel Aviv – Shai Kedem, Senior Director of Transportation Planning, Ministry of Transport
– Acting Vision: Dilemmas and Examples of Division of the Street Crossing in a Crowded Dutch Reality – Lior Steinberg, Urban Planner

Two Additional Meetings will be held on 4.12 and 18.12 at the same place – Tower ToHa – OPTIVBS offices – 3 minutes walk from Peace Train Station.
-> The ID must be provided for entry to the building <-
-> Pre-registration fee is required symbolic <-
Purchase of the tickets – Link below

thanks to the Ministry of the Environment for supporting the meetings
to the Optibbes hosting the meetings
to Shaked Ofek on the participation in the
Juden Doctor organization Participation in steering and professional advice

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