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What we’ve covered so far

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This week, we explored some of the key concepts related to the role of healthy, liveable cities in contemporary policy and planning, and the ways in which mobility and transport options have a role to play in this.

Key ideas

In summary, some of the key ideas we talked about include:

  • increasing awareness and significance of planning and managing cities that are sustainable for health and liveability
  • impact of geographies on health and liveability within and beyond cities
  • role of transport option and access in offering solutions for healthy and liveable cities

Your Task

Reflect on the ideas and concepts explored this week and summarise your own take-aways.

  • What was your key insight for the week?
  • Was there anything that challenged your thinking about transport and health? If so what, why and how?
  • How might you apply what you’ve learned so far to your own professional context?

Make sure you share by adding your thoughts to the comment section below.

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