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Publié le mercredi 14 novembre 2012 par Loïc Le Pape
Second Seminar: Heavy rails and metropolitan development in France and Great Britain (Liverpool, 29-30 November 2012)
Thursday 29 November
Location: Seminar Room 3, University of Liverpool Management School, Liverpool, L69 7ZH.
Workshop 1 / (09.30-11.45) - The long view on railway networks and urban development
- Etienne Auphan (Paris IV Sorbonne): The Railway Heritage of France - a valued legacy or a squandered resource?
- Angela Connelly (University of Manchester):The Railway Heritage of Liverpool and Manchester – pioneers of urban and interurban rail.
10.30-10.45 Tea Break
- Xavier Desjardins (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, UMR Géographie Cités,CRIA): Has the Evolution of rail accessibility in the Ile-de-France region between 1975 and 2012 contributed to a reduction in social disparities?
- Michael Hebbert (Bartlett School of Planning at University College London): The ‘Crossrail’ Project - towards a real ‘Réseau Express Régional’(RER) for London?
11.45-12.00 - Discussion
12.00-13.30 – Lunch
Workshop 2 / (13.30 – 16.15) - Urban Policy and the management of networks : the articulation of actors and strategies
- Juliette Maulat (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, UMR Géographie-Cités, CRIA, RFF) : Corridor contracts in France: a pragmatic tool to coordinate urban planning and regional railway transport projects ?
- Caroline Gallez (IFSTTAR, LVMT): Territorial development contracts: multiscale negotiation of the link between public transport and urban planning in the Greater Paris Region.
14.30-14.45 Tea Break
- Richard Cass and Gary Williams (Cass Associates): The potential for development around nodes on the Merseyrail network.
- Antoine Brès (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, UMR Géographie Cités, CRIA): Train stations in areas of low density and scattered urbanisation: a specific rail-oriented development.
16.15-16.30 Introduction to the mobile workshop
16.45-17.45 Meeting of the French and British Planning Study Group
Friday 30 November
Mobile workshop / (09.30-12.45)- The Merseyrail Network a guided visit
Workshop 4 / (14.00 - 16.30)- Transformations of the rail system and impacts on the coherence of planning and the rail network
- Etienne Riot (Ifstarr, LVMT): Planning for major stations – the cases of London and Paris.
- Chia-Lin Chen, (Bartlett School of Planning at University College London): Contrasting linkages between urban and high speed rail networks in France and England – the cases of Lille and Manchester.
15.00 -15.15 – Tea break
- David Thrower (Independent transport consultant): Developing rail services in the north of England.
- Ian Wray (University of Liverpool): Liverpool to Manchester and beyond: the potential and opportunity for rail led regeneration on a northern electric spine.
16.15-16.30 – Summation of the proceedings and close of seminar
- Registration is free but numbers are limited on a first come, first served basis.
- For further information and to register :firstname.lastname@example.org
- University of Liverpool Management School, Liverpool, L69 7ZH, Seminar Room 3 - Chatham Street
- jeudi 29 novembre 2012
- vendredi 30 novembre 2012
- transport, urban development, France, United-Kingdom, comparative approach, transit-oriented development
- Olivier Sykes
courriel : urbanrails2012 [at] gmail [dot] com
Source de l'information
- Juliette Maulat
courriel : juliettemaulat [at] gmail [dot] com
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