The Healthy Streets Approach
4 April 2019
10.30 am – 12.00 pm. Registration from 10.00am, seated by 10.30am
LTA Auditorium, LTA Hampshire Office Block 5, 1 Hampshire Road, Singapore 219428
Free event. RSVP required
Seats at the LTA Auditorium are available on a first come first serve basis.
Lecture Poster (270 KB)
In this Lecture, public health specialist Lucy Saunders will introduce the Healthy Streets Approach to Urban Planning. This is a framework for putting human health and quality of life at the centre of decision making around transport and public realm planning and management. It has been adopted by London as the framework for the 25 year Mayor’s Transport Strategy and is being embedded in the systems and processes of the strategic transport authority, Transport for London.
Public Health Specialist - Transport & Public Realm
Greater London Authority & Transport for London
Lucy Saunders is a Consultant in Public Health specialising in transport, public realm and planning. She developed the Healthy Streets Approach™ and the 10 Healthy Streets Indicators™ in 2011. In 2015 she was awarded Transport Planner of the Year by the Transport Planning Society and her work won awards from the international UITP and UK Chartered Institute for Highways and Transportation. Lucy spent the past 7 years embedding the Healthy Streets Approach in policy and practice in London. She worked across many agencies including Transport for London, boroughs and advocacy organisations.
Hwang Yu Ning
Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Planner
Urban Redevelopment Authority
Ms Hwang Yu-Ning is the current Acting Deputy CEO and Chief Planner for the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). Having served in URA, Ministry of National Development and Strategy Group in the Prime Minister’s Office, Ms Hwang’s experiences include long term strategic planning, local urban design, master planning, policy development and coordination across government. She currently guides URA’s land use planning to enhance liveability, economic development and future physical capacity.
Dr Paul Barter
Adjunct Associate Professor
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
National University of Singapore
Paul Barter is a transport policy researcher, advisor, writer and trainer with expertise in various urban transport topics including: international comparisons of urban mobility patterns and policies; public transport regulation; innovation in travel demand management; and parking policy. His work is international with a special focus on Southeast Asia and East Asia, including several publications on Singapore. He is especially known for his work on urban parking policy. Paul has provided parking policy insight to metropolitan governments in China, Colombia, India and Indonesia and as a consultant to international organizations including the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank and Germany's GIZ. Paul was a full-time National University of Singapore (NUS) faculty member from 2000 until 2012 and has long taught at graduate level in the LKY School of Public Policy where he is now an Adjunct Associate Professor. Paul writes and podcasts at his two websites, Reinventing Transport and Reinventing Parking.
Deputy Chief Executive,
Public Transport, Policy & Planning
Land Transport Authority
Mr. Jeremy Yap is the Deputy Chief Executive, Public Transport, Policy and Planning at the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore with effect from 1 April 2015. In his current portfolio, Jeremy oversees the Public Transport, Policy & Planning, as well as the Vehicle Services Groups in LTA. Jeremy is called to the Singapore Bar and is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court and a lawyer by training. He practised law in Singapore for 6 years before joining the Land Transport Authority in March 1997.
Aldgate image credit to Lucy Saunders