Mickiewicza, CPR

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Public transport includes mainly trams and buses, but it requires particular infrastructure like bus stops and places to access them. Can builing public transport infrastructure increase road safety not only in terms of the passengers? During the meeting we'll look for the answer to that question. 


This time our expert was Tomasz Bużałek - a local NGO activist. He often spoke on public transport issues in Łódź. This time he points out that the opportunity for renovating streets that carry public transport should also become an apportunity to increase road safety.Tym razem naszym ekspertem jest rodzimy działacz organizacji pozarządowej Tomasz Bużałek. Wielokrotnie zabierał głos w sprawach transportu zbiorowego w Łodzi. Tym razem wskazuje aby przy okazji modernizacji ulic, którymi ma jeździć transport publiczny, brać pod uwagę nadarzającą się okazję i przy okazji poprawiać bezpieczeństwo uczestników ruchu.


The meeting will be held on Monday, September 21, 2015 at 18.00 in the conference room of Good Time Aparthotel (ul. Piotrkowska 120). 

About project

The project „Safe City – a different way” is financed with a sum of 285 000 zł from Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein as part of Citizens for Democracy Programme (implemented by the Stefan Batory Foundation in partnership with the Polish Children and Youth Foundation) with EEA Funds. The project is aimed at increasing the influence of citizens of Łódź on decisions and actions, which are to ensure road traffic safety and quality of public space.

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