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AUG
09

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol / National Eisteddfod: How do active travel and public transport contribute to quality places to live, play and work?

Date:
Thursday, 09 August 2018 at 10:30AM
Venue:
Senedd, Cardiff CF99 1NA, UK
Price:
Free
Organiser:

Moving around Wales and within our towns and cities is important to us all. We all want to reach where we want to go quickly, cheaply and safely. Transport choices are central to reducing pollution and also provide us with opportunities for exercise. How can we plan for this?

Join our discussion on how alternative transport options can be delivered for quality places in Wales. 

The event will be chaired by Owain Wyn, Director Burum and he will be joined by:

  • Professor Stuart Cole
  • Jonni Tomos, Welsh Government, National Development Framework team
  • Arwel Evans, Lichfields planning consultancy

The discussion will include opportunities for audience questions and will close by 11.30.

Simultaneous translation will be provided.

Places are free of charge and cannot be pre-booked, but will fill up on a first come, first served basis

Sut mae teithio llesol a thrafnidiaeth gyhoeddus yn cyfrannu at leoedd o safon i fyw, chwarae a gweithio?

Mae symud o amgylch Cymru ac o fewn ein trefi a’n dinasoedd yn bwysig i bawb.  Mae pob un ohonom yn dymuno cyrraedd pen ein taith yn gyflym, yn rhad ac yn ddiogel. Mae dewisiadau trafnidiaeth yn rhan ganolog o leihau llygredd ac mae’n rhoi cyfle i ni wneud ymarfer corfforol. Sut allwn ni gynllunio ar gyfer hyn?

Ymunwch â’n trafodaeth ar sut y gellir cyflawni dewisiadau trafnidiaeth amgen ar gyfer lleoedd o safon yng Nghymru.

Caiff y digwyddiad ei gadeirio gan Owain Wyn, Cyfarwyddwr Burum. Yn ymuno ag ef bydd:

  • Yr Athro Stuart Cole
  • Jonni Tomos, Llywodraeth Cymru, Tîm y Fframwaith Datblygu Cenedlaethol
  • Arwel Evans, ymgynghoriaeth gynllunio Lichfields