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  • Annisa Dyah Lazuardini

    Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
    Urban and Visual Design Associate

    Plenary 3

    How do we imagine and invest in walkable cities for the future?

    Annisa Dyah Lazuardini

    Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
    Urban and Visual Design Associate

    Annisa is an Urban and Visual Design Associate at ITDP Indonesia. With an educational background in Architecture from Universitas Indonesia, her works ranging from spatial and visual design, to participatory and community co-design. She took an MA in Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins, a collaboration-driven course focusing on applying narrative methods to design an environment, ranging from city branding, exhibition, design foresight, and community co-design. Since joining ITDP in 2019, Annisa is responsible for visual and design projects of non-motorized transport system, public transport, and TOD. As a daily public transportation user, her main interests are exploring how design can improve urban mobility experience for vulnerable users, also ensuring public engagement in city planning and design process.
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  • Shinhae Lee

    Department of Transportaion System Research, The Seoul Institute
    Senior Research Fellow

    Pleanry 4 **Korean Session**

    Pedestrian Policy and task for the better Seoul

    Shinhae Lee

    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.
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  • Sangkook Lee

    Department of Pedestrian Policy Division, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    Division Leader

    Opening Ceremony

    Showcase Seoul

    Sangkook Lee

    Department of Pedestrian Policy Division, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    Division Leader

    Sangkook Lee entered public service in 1994 in Seoul. As of now, Lee serves as a director. From 2020, Lee has been leading the Pedestrian Policy Division to oversee pedestrian policies in Seoul. Moreover, Lee has a broad experience in areas such as welfare, industrial economy, administrative tasks for family and women, culture and tourism, and water supply. Lee received a master's degree from Graduate School of Public Administration of Seoul National University, and a doctoral degree from Myongji University.
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  • Haekyeong Lee

    Department of Pedestrian Friendly Planning Bureau, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    General Director

    Handover Ceremony

    Haekyeong Lee

    Department of Pedestrian Friendly Planning Bureau, Seoul Metropolitan Government
    General Director

    Hyekyeong Lee entered public service in 1998 and has worked as a public official for more than twenty years. From this year, Lee is leading the Pedestrian Friendly Planning Bureau of Seoul to oversee walking and cycling policies for walkable environment. Lee has experience from the bureau of bicycle transportation in Seoul, and worked at Finance Bureau, Administrative Services, and International Relations Division of Planning and Administration Office. Lee graduated from Seoul National University.
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  • Hyungsup Lee

    Asia and the Pacific Office, UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
    Senior Programme Management Officer

    Oral Presentation 4

    Improving the walking environment and addressing air pollution: It’s a win-win!

    Hyungsup Lee

    Asia and the Pacific Office, UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
    Senior Programme Management Officer

    Dr Hyungsup Lee has been working for UNEP, Asia and the Pacific as Senior Programme Management Officer since Feb 2019. Before joining UNEP, he worked for the Ministry of Environment of Korea for 16 years. While working for the ministry, he dealt with a wide range of environmental issues such as transportation environment, air quality policy, environmental health policy (including environmental liability insurance), carbon emissions trading scheme and wastewater treatment policy. Hyungsup holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the Korea University in Seoul, and a Ph.D. in the Environment Management & Development from the Australian National University in Canberra.
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  • Natalia Lleras

    Despacio, Colombia
    Healthy Cities Lead and Vivo Mi Calle Project Director

    Oral Presentation 6

    Understanding and creating safe places for people to walk

    Natalia Lleras

    Despacio, Colombia
    Healthy Cities Lead and Vivo Mi Calle Project Director

    Natalia is the Healthy Cities Lead and Vivo Mi Calle Project Director at Despacio. Her work focuses on the creation of sustainable, safe, equitable and active spaces and routes that address the needs of the youth and tackle the risks that limit their mobility and access to the public space aiming to improve their health and well-being. Prior to joining Despacio, Natalia worked as an Urban Mobility and Road Safety Project Manager at the World Resources Institute. Her work focused on helping cities implement sustainable and safe mobility solutions through research, street design and the development of public policies, which included Bogota’s Road Safety Vision Zero Plan 2017-2026 and the Speed Management Program.
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