The recent acceleration of the world’s mobility has without any doubts affected city streets. This is manifested in the increased rate of transactions, communication channels, trans-nationalism and the unprecedented influx of newcomers. Within this context, a pertinent question on transitional streets seeks to highlight their status quo and examine embedded stories reflecting realities, potentials and possibilities for conviviality.
Referring to the streets for the integrated and universal mobility, this conference addresses scholars in all disciplines to reflect to the questions: how can the evolution of streets be referred to societal critique on current transport systems and mobility patterns? Would integrated and universal mobility in streets of 2030 lead us to a solution for problems related to climate change, environmental degradation, social integration and exclusion, road accidents and casualties, urban traffic congestion, public health, and urban quality-of-life etc? Do technical dimensions and impacts of transport systems follow a critical reflection on the current societal and cultural dimensions of such systems? Do we see cycling and walking in the near future as a way to respond on questions of accessibility, travel time, reliability, safety, security etc. of the urban environments?
This frame for discussing streets traces their entanglement with everyday life, politics, economy, technology, communication, to name few. This requires a grafting process that would allow a wide range of tools and backgrounds to formulate specific but also global understandings of integrated and universal mobility of streets in 2030.
- September 2019: call for abstracts
- December 2019: abstracts cutoff date
- February 2020: abstract notification
- March 2020: paper cutoff date
- May 2020: paper notification
- 23 September-26 September 2020: conference venue
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- Tuesday 22 September: activities for early arrivals
- Wednesday 23 September: late registration, opening ceremony, keynote speech, track sessions
- Thursday 24 September: keynote speech, track sessions and mobile workshops, banquet
- Friday 25 September: keynote speech, track sessions, conference closing
- Saturday 26 September: post-conference tours
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ABSTRACTS, PAPERS and PROCEEDINGS
The conference proceedings will be published and available in digital format to all conference participants. Only original papers, which are not published elswhere, are accepted for oral/poster presentation. Accepted papers should be presented during the sessions of the conference tracks running in parralel throughout the conference. The accepted conference papers will be published in the form of the Conference book of contributions. The authors of the selected papers will be invited to prepare papers for the issue of Urbani izziv / Urban challenge Journal: https://urbaniizziv.uirs.si/about or Igra ustvarjalnosti / Creativity game: https://www.iu-cg.org/ “
The Conference is organized by University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture (UL FA) , Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia (UI RS) and Notre Dame University – Louaize, Ramez G. Chagoury Faculty of Architecture, Arts & Design (NDU FAAD).
Authors are invited to submit abstracts no later than 17 December 2019. You can start the process by registering in the webpage of Registration and Submission https://cs4.uirs.si/
See details about abstract / paper submission on the link.
More in the conference brochure.