Separated Cycleways - What We Can Learn from Geelong and Adelaide
Public forum - Adelaide and Geelong are installing separated cycling corridors to get more people riding and Hobartians get the chance to hear how they are doing it at this free public forum on Thursday 1 August.
The forum will interest anyone who wants to ride a bike in Hobart to get to work, education or services, but is turned off by riding in traffic.
Hobart Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds will MC the forum, which will provide time for the audience to ask presenters about issues of interest.
-- Director DJB_LA
Daniel is a registered landscape architect who recently went full time as director of his own business DJB_LA, leaving his position as the Associate Director for Strategy and Design for the City of Adelaide where he oversaw the Frome Street bikeway project.
During his time at the City of Adelaide he created the Adelaide Design Manual, Adelaide’s manual for creating great streets and public spaces, and was responsible for the Smart Move Transport Strategy, the Green City Plan and the Adelaide Park Lands Strategy.
Daniel was National President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects between 2015 and 2017 and oversaw the doubling of membership and a new constitution, governance and strategic plan.
He has served on many design juries and panels, including the South Australia Government Capital City Design Review Panel between 2011 and 2014.
-- Coordinator of the Transport Unit
-- City of Greater Geelong
Jarrod has helped plan and deliver Geelong’s plan for cycling corridors, some of which are separated from motor traffic.
He has also worked on the Central Geelong Action Plan where he was responsible for the planning and implementation of a range of transport, place-making and economic stimulation projects.
Jarrod has also worked at VicRoads and AECOM focusing on road safety and traffic engineering, strategic planning, project development and road design.
Jarrod is a qualified civil engineer who is passionate about working collaboratively to deliver great outcomes.
- August 01, 2019 at 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Hobart Town Hall
50 Macquarie St
Hobart, TAS 7000
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- Alison Hetherington ·