Are you interested in cycling, technology and urban planning?
If so, we would like to invite you to a citizens summit to discuss contemporary issues and solutions. The event is free and the discussion is likely to cover cycle lanes, electric bikes, cycling apps, rentable scooters and bikes and sustainable transport policy. The event will feature an interactive open debate between citizens, cycling activists, academic experts and public policy officials. The summit will take place in the centre of Glasgow on the afternoon of Tuesday 14th May 2019. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided.
The event is part of the SmartGov (Smart Governance for Sustainable Urban Development) project and will feature an international conversation with stakeholders in Utrecht in the Netherlands and Sao Paulo in Brazil. The main objective will be to share experiences among citizens of different countries around technology-enabled collaboration relating to cycling and urban development.
You can register for a free place via Eventbrite
For further information about the event contact Elaine Robinson via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information about the SmartGov project can be found at URL: http://smartgov-project.com
Hope to see you there!