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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Sustainable travel – long term development for Galway’s future : Panel Discussion

category galway | environment | event notice author Monday April 16, 2018 17:25author by gc - Galway Cycling Report this post to the editors

Seven Bar, Bridge Street, Galway @7pm

Chairing the discussion will be Lorna Siggins, Western and Marine Correspondent with The Irish Times and the panel will include:

Catherine Connolly TD
Padraic O’Donoghue Chartered Engineer, Professor of Civil Engineering at NUIG
Shane Foran, Galway Cycling Campaign Policy and Research Officer and representative on Galway City Community Network
Brian Connolly, Regional Manager, Bus Éireann


About the event

In order to address the challenge of a growing population and to continue to attract industry and development to Galway, a step-change in how we commute and travel day-to-day is required.

This panel discussion aims to encourage an informed public debate on sustainable travel in Galway to support Galway’s development into the future. It promises to be wide-ranging and informative, on a topic that affects all those living, working and visiting Galway.

The panel of speakers will bring different perspectives on how to address these challenges in the future. Engineers Ireland is delighted to facilitate this public discussion and all those interested in finding solutions are invited to attend.

About the speakers

Chairing the discussion will be Lorna Siggins, Western and Marine Correspondent with The Irish Times and the panel will include:

Catherine Connolly TD
Padraic O’Donoghue Chartered Engineer, Professor of Civil Engineering at NUIG
Shane Foran, Galway Cycling Campaign
Brian Connolly, Regional Manager, Bus Éireann

Admission

Free - all welcome!

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5 Reasons to join Galway Cycling Campaign

· Be socially part of your local cycling community

· Add your voice to much needed campaigns to improve Galway’s cycling infrastructure

· Use your skills for a good cause

· Get up to speed on current cycling issues

· Do your bit for climate change

Anyone interested in joining Galway Cycling Campaign - follow this link:

http://www.galwaycycling.org/

Related Link: https://www.engineersireland.ie/groups/regions/west/events/sustainable-travel-%E2%80%93-long-term-development-for-gal.aspx#
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