Walk21HK Conference Programme Materials | Day 1


 Day 1 | Making a City Walkable
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Press Release: 

03 October 2016 – Civic Exchange – Walk21 Hong Kong Conference opens to Walk Charter signing

Media Coverage: 

03 October 2016 – RTHK Radio 3 – Civic Exchange “in sync” with government on walkability
03 October 2016 – RTHK English news – Govt backs a pedestrian-friendly city: Carrie Lam
03 October 2016 – Harbour Times – Walk this way, talk this way: The global Walk21 forum
03 October 2016 – Shuonline – 團體倡本港成易行城市

Programme Materials: (Arrange by speakers’ last name in alphabetical order)

 Speaker  Presentation Title
 Video   PPT   Brenda  Au  Hong Kong Showcase: Energizing Kowloon East Project
 Video  PPT  Francisca  Avilés  Listening the city? Mapping mundane talks using mobile technologies in Santiago de Chile
 Video  PPT  Jeni  Bindon  Creating supportive environments for active travel (including walking) and workplaces
 Video  PPT  Tim  Blackburn  Building communities: putting people first
 Video   PPT   Earle  Briggs  Designing great walkable cities
 Video  PPT  Ian  Brownlee  Hong Kong Showcase Des Voeux Road Central Project
 Video  PPT  Bernardita  Calinao  Improving walkability to reduce obesity – identifying opportunities using a microscale assessment  method in Central Harlem, New York
 Video  PPT  Anthony  Cheung  Keynote presentation
 Video  PPT  Anthony WK  Chow  Welcome Remarks
 Video  PPT  Silvia Stuchi  Cruz  Pedestrian Mobility: State of The Art of The Movement In Brazil
 Video  PPT  Rita  Cuypers  Share the Road: Increase investment in walking and cycling infrastructure
 Video  PPT  Noel  Hechanova  Road Sharing: Making it Acceptable in Iloilo
 Video  PPT  Daniel  Helldén  Stockholm – the walkable city
 Video  PPT  Cornie  Huizenga  International imperatives for more walkable cities
 Video  PPT  Sang-bum  Kim  Stories that make Seoul a walkable city
 Video  PPT  Amanda  Knoerzer  Mixed Use and Walkable Spaces – Design that makes a difference in Teresina – Brazil
 Video  PPT  Carrie  Lam  Guest of Honour’s speech
 Video  PPT  Christopher  Law  Walkable Cities: Global to Local Perspectives
 Video  PPT  Kiju  Lee  Towards Automated Assessment of Group versus Individual Walking Benefits
 Video  PPT  Yvonne  Lim  Planning For A Walkable Singapore
 Video   PPT   K.K.  Ling  Walkability As An Essential Planning Element
 Video  PPT  Kim Beng  Lua  Evaluate, Enable, Engage: Toward a Safer, More Walkable Street for Bangkok’s Chinatown
 Video  PPT  Frederick  Ma  Welcome Remarks
 Video  PPT  Anthony  McCosker  Barriers and enablers to using concepts of health to promote walkability and walking at a local  government scale
 Video  PPT  Robin Abad  Ocubillo  Places for People: Shifting the Policy Landscape to Nurture Grassroots Public Spaces
 Video  PPT  Benson  Poon  Creating a Walkable City Centre at Des Voeux Road Central
 Video  PPT  Brian  R. Sinclair  Reaching Upward + Stretching Outward: The Urgency of Walkability, Livability and Holistic Design-  ability in Middle East City Building
 Video  PPT  Elisabeth  Raser  Step by step towards healthy and walkable cities: How active mobility serves transport and public  health
 Video  PPT  Daniel  Sauter  How to implement the International Walking Data Standard? An introduction and practice-oriented  debate about methodological challenges
 Video  PPT  Dwayne  Sheehan  Tracking a six-month ‘Active Office’ initiative: Nudging employees from sit to stand to walk
 Video  PPT  Hideaki  Shimura  The Tsukishima Alley Walking Guidebook and Guided Tours in Tsukishima
 Video  PPT  Ka Man  Tam  Using electronic activity monitor to enhance working adult’s number of steps: a feasibility study
 Video  PPT  Tiffany  Tang  ‘Can you get lost without getting lost?’ – an app to enhance visitors’ walking experience in Asia’s urban  chaos
 Video  PPT  Phaeba  Thomas  Reclaiming Streets in the Asian Cities- Bangalore,Kathmandu & Dhaka
 Video  PPT  Andy  Tong  Hong Kong Showcase: Green Deck Project
 Video  PPT  Mark  Vallianatos  Walking in LA: Improving Walkability in an Auto Metropolis
 Video  PPT  Jim  Walker  Welcome Remarks
 Video  PPT  Maura  Wong  Welcome Remarks