Association Nationale des Villes et Pays d’Art et d’Histoire et des Villes à Secteur Sauvegardé et Protégé

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European conferences and inter-network

The ANVPAH & VSSP, with the support of the french Ministry of foreign Affairs, the french Ministry of culture and communication in partnership with the city of Split, the Ambassy of France in Croatia and universities Zagreb and Split organized the 4th european and international meetings November 26-27, 2009 in Split (Croatia).

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In the form of panel discussions and study cases, the days of exchanges have further issues related to the culture of travel, through specific experiences in European cities:

  • Issues of mobility in the ciy: a broad and documented look have been proposed about the relationship between the city and transportation/travel; fondamental on urban forms (between density and speading); current trends in terms of means of transport and alternative modes of circulation; the case of Zagreb (Croatia), a city subject to a very dense automobile traffic but has a historic streetcar service with great potential; and the case of Budapest (Hungary), dense city in the nineteenth who knows a strong spread since twentieth caused by an immoderate taste for cars.
  • The seeting up and the managment of transports: experiencies of severals cities hace been exposed, Koprivnica (Croatia), Lund (Sweland), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain), Berat (Albania), Tenerife (Spain), La Rochelle (France).
  • Security in the health of city: at the request of the Croatian authorities several issues were treated like prevention risks in the frame, and the accessibility of emergencies in the affected areas, and legal aspects were discussed through examples of cties of Bayonne and Aix-en-Provence (France)

Six cities, like Split, develop carrently a program on sustainable common transport, like tramway. The project owners Borislav DOKLESTIC (Architect and urban planner in Zagreb, coordonnater of the projet), Jesenko HORVAT (Architect-teacher in the architec school of Zagreb) et Madlena ROSA-DULIBIC (Project manager to the city of Sibenik), presented the first phase, diagnosis and reflections, during these days of exchange.


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