To accommodate Amsterdam’s new residents, the city needs not only to expand its housing capacity, but also to consider accessibility. Given the exceptional size of the expansion plans and the limited resources available for new infrastructures, one can wonder who will pay the bill?
In addition, the development of infrastructure projects such as light rail, bridges and tunnels usually have a way longer timespan than the development of residential areas, and often national funding has already been attributed. In order to tackle the accessibility challenge of our rapidly growing metropolis, thinking about area development from a transport’s perspective is a must. This evening event will bring developers, scientists, architects and financial and economic experts in conversation about an accessible Amsterdam.
- Ton Venhoeven| Architect and urban planner| Venhoevencs
- Ananda Groag| Mobility specialist| Share NL
- Adriaan van Hoogstraten| Secretary G4 traffic and transport
- Johan Snel | Urban planner and concept developer| AM Real Estate
- Chantal Robbe| Senior Advisor area development| Stadwadraat
- Tom Kuipers| Program Developer Connected City| AMS Institute
- Andries Tijssens | State Member D66| Spokesperson Mobility
More information and registration can be found here
Please note that this program will be held in Dutch.
Picture Robbert Bovee