Thursday, 30 April 2015 at 6:00PM
Transport for London, 10th Floor Meeting Room, 55 Broadway
As part of the "Thinking Strategically" series, this seminar asks the question - how do we map and measure the capital and what implication does this hold for the future of planning?
Join RTPI London and RTPI Transport Planning Network to hear speakers from Arup, UCL and TfL who will examine the latest developments in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial systems and will show how the new city-wide tools can provide insight into the operations of the capital and the impact of transport infrastructure on spatial planning.
Please arrive at 18:00 for refreshments and networking - the seminar will begin at 18:30.
Professor Michael Batty: (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), UCL);
Damien McCloud: (Arup);
Yaron Hollander: (TfL Planning).
Andrew Dorrian: (TfL Planning – Event Chair)
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