Pedestrian Policy and task for the better Seoul **Korean Session
Department of Transportaion System Research, The Seoul Institute
Senior Research Fellow
Shin-Hae Lee received her master's degree in urban planning and her doctoral degree in public transportation at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies (GSES), Seoul National University. While studying for her doctoral course, she joined the Seoul Institute. Ms. Lee is currently working as the Research Director of Transportation Research System. Throughout her long career at the Seoul Institute, Ms. Lee has focused on research in relation to the Seoul Metropolitan Government's transportation policy development and its execution. She served as a commissioner of the Traffic Impact Assessment Committee, the Architecture Committee, and the Environmental Impact Assessment Committee for the Seoul Metropolitan Government. Currently, she is the commissioner of the Citizen Committee to Create ''A City of Walkers, Seoul". Ms. Lee’s major researches include the Seoul Metropolitan Government's basic plan for pedestrian safety to improve convenience for the pedestrians, research on the benefit calculation followed by the improvement of the pedestrian environment on roads, research to decrease the speed limits on roads used in daily life, the execution plans to bring about a pedestrian-friendly city, and the development of a manual to manage street design.