Today’s Travel Patterns in Penang

Penang Travel Patterns.  Source.  Halcrow Fox

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Ten Targets for Sustainable Penang: 2013/2014

The goal of this year’s Sustainable Penang Autumn 2013 project is to see if we can use the dialogues maylasia - street art childrenand other contacts in order to define a series of at least ten “transformative actions” that can be planned and carried out over the fifteen months following this first program. With an eye to then reviewing progress, measure by measure, action by action, in a second event to take place in Penang in the opening months of 2015. A sort of open progress report and collaborative reflection for next steps.

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Parallel Event: World Class Sustainable Cities Conference

WCSC 2013. Kuala Lumpur, 24 September 2013

The Real Estate & Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (REHDA) Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur (REHDA KL), the Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) and the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), are pleased to inform that the 5th International Conference On World Class Sustainable Cites 2013’ (WCSC 2013) Themed ‘Liveable Cities Are Creative & Competitive Cities’ will be held on 24th September 2013, Tuesday at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Meet Streetmix, Where You Can Design Your Own Street in Penang

Do you have the feeling that your street could be a lot better if it were designed for people and safe mobility instead of primarily for moving and parked cars? Suppose the entire width of the street, sidewalks, gutters and provision for parked and moving vehicles is, say, xx meters. And if you wanted to see what it could  look like if there were more provision for safe walking, cycling, street furniture, trees and greenery, transit shelters, priority public transport, lane dividers,  turn lanes, and yes, parked and moving vehicles, then have a look at Streetmix (the Website Where You Can Design Your Own Street in Penang).

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