Connected Transport Systems
|Event Date:||Time:||5:30 PM — 7:30 PM|
|Location:||Meeting Room 1, Craig Suite, Sir Duncan Rice Library, King’s College campus, University of Aberdeen|
Aberdeen City Council, Robert Gordon University and the University of Aberdeen have collaborated to organise a series of evening talks on the theme of ‘Connected Transport Systems of the Future’ which will run from February to May 2018.
The presentation series will look at not only how the future of transport systems may look like and the increasing role of smart phones, but also how sustainable transport solutions can be further developed between cities and rural areas linking to national, regional and local transport policy.
The series of evening talks has been organised and funded through the EU funded project ‘CiViTAS PORTIS’ which has the purpose of designing, demonstrating and evaluating sets of sustainable transport measures that address the mobility problems of port cities across Europe.
These events will be of interest to:
- Staff and students at RGU and University of Aberdeen
- Elected members and officials at Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council
- Representatives from the wider partner network involved in the European funded Horizon 2020 project CIVITAS PORTIS
- General public
For further information contact:
Caroline Hood, Research Assistant, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment
- 01224 263724