Does anyone know of any data or evidence that points to the benefits or
drawbacks of *continuous frontage roads* alongside highways in urban areas?
Any direction toward resources on this subject would be much appreciated.
Feel free to contact me directly at jeri.stroupe(a)wayne.edu.
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From: "Karyn M. Warsow" <kwarsow(a)tphlink.com>
Subject: International Conference on Transport & Health (ICTH) - Registration Deadline Approaching Fast!
Date: Thu, May 7, 2015 3:01 pm
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Join us in London Register NOW!<http://www.tphlink.com/registration-open.html> 31 May is the last day to take advantage of ICTH discounted registration fees!
Note that all fees are exclusive of 20% VAT unless otherwise indicated. Click on the underlined headings below to be directed to the conference website for a description of activities and events so that you have an idea of your interest in attending prior to entering the registration process.
(excludes 20% VAT)
1 April – 31 May
1 June – 8 July
One Day Registration
Public Agencies, Government, Universities
(Proof of student status is required to complete registration)
Deadline for booking the Pullman Hotel is 25 May 2015 Secure this rate NOW! Per night rate of £220 (including 20% VAT and full English breakfast) will increase 25% after the deadline.
UCL student housing is available for individual booking by conference delegates starting at £35.00 per night. Additional housing options such as local hostels are available on the ICTH website. Please also check out the available airline discounts<http://www.tphlink.com/airline-discounts.html>.
Business & Communication Workshops<http://www.tphlink.com/the-business-of-health-innovator-or-entrepreneur.html>
I would like to encourage you to sign up for one or all of the business-related workshops.
• Cross-Disciplinary Communication & Innovation
• Business Design and Innovation - Understanding Business Models
• Value Proposition Design – Building Value Your Customers Want
Experts in the field will lead each interactive workshop and teach you how important the right performance metrics are to a successful programme in combination with strategic thinking and effective communication skills. Business isn't as BORING as you might think! Please note that each workshop has a separate registration fee of £50. This is a deal when considering your return on investment.
We have pulled together a wonderful social program! The intention is to provide an opportunity for ICTH delegates to get to know each other while having a little fun. This is the best way to network; share information; develop collaborative relationships; but most importantly, create new friendships.
Sunday, 5 July: Pre-Conference
• Brainstorming Rally – Steps of UCL Quad (weather permitting…I have assured Jenny that it will not rain in London during ICTH.)
• Scavenger Hunt – Orientation to UCL campus (prizes awarded)
• Walking Tour of King's Cross and St. Pancras Railway/Canal Redevelopment with mini pub crawl
Monday, 6 July
• Red Carpet Welcome Reception at the London Transport Museum – Photographs will be taken of delegates walking the Red Carpet.
Tuesday, 7 July
• Salsa & Dance Party at the World Famous Shakespeare's Underglobe
• Walking Tour of Central London - Alternative to Salsa & Dance Party
Please note that we are also in the process of coordinating several sight-seeing activities for delegates remaining in London after the conference. Details will be available within the next couple of weeks.
Registered ICTH delegates will be sent information on how to reclaim the UK 20% VAT added to all purchases associated with their participation; registration, travel, lodging, etc. It is important that all receipts related to your trip to London, England are retained for the purpose of accountability to HM Revenue & Customs.
THANK YOU to the vision of our current sponsors for believing in this first year conference! If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact me at kwarsow(a)tphlink.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Join us for an unforgettable experience;
Where innovation meets real-world application!
Please share this email with your professional network. If you would like to be removed from receiving ICTH Announcements, please do not hesitate to let me know. Mail that is of no interest can be quite irritating...[cid:email@example.com]
Karyn M. Warsow, MS, MPH
DrPH Candidate, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Health Policy Management and Leadership
Founder & Executive Director, Transportation-Public Health Link
4947 Hallenius Road
Gaylord, Michigan 49735
Office: (231) 546-3462
Cellular: (231) 340-0242
1st International Conference on Transport & Health
July 6-8, 2015
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Journal of Transport and Health: www.elsevier.com/locate/jth<http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jth>
This conference may be of interest to some on the listserve.
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*Subject: [epa-ej] Register Now for the 2015 HHS Climate Justice Conference*
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