Creating a Sustainable Infrastructure in Harmony with our Rich Environment
Aula Maxima, NUI Galway
9:00-1:00, Friday Sept. 27th
How would you like to see Galway develop in the next 25 years? What type of transport system should we have? Where and how should the city develop? Galway 2040 is a community initiative to address these questions and create a vision for the future of Galway city and its environs.
This seminar will feature a number of speakers from diverse backgrounds who have considerable expertise in the wide range of aspects that impinge on infrastructure and the environment. The speakers are drawn from the public, academic and private sectors and include Prof. Greg Lloyd, Univ. of Ulster, Brendan McGrath, Galway City Manager, Profs. Kevin Leyden and Colin Brown, NUI Galway and Gavin Duffy of Realsim. The objective of the seminar is to identify the critical infrastructure/environment issues which will help chart a path for the next steps in Galway 2040.
Further information regarding the seminar, including the full programme, and on the Galway 2040 initiative may be found on http://galway2040.ie/ or by contacting at firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendance at the seminar is free of charge and attendees may register in advance through the website.