Webinars on Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy, Urban Roads and Streets Design and more this week

NEWS-IN-BRIEF: The following transport-related webinars, all hosted by Engineers Ireland next week, may be of interest to some readers:

  • Cognitive Biases and Cost Estimation for Road Transport Projects on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 5.30pm. Info/register.
  • Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy 2022 – 2042 on Wednesday, May 4, 12-1pm. Info/register.
  • Urban Roads and Streets Design Series – Urban Regeneration / Transition Zones on Thursday, May 5, 12-1.15pm. Info/register.
  • Engineering National Development series: Enhanced Regional Accessibility on Thursday, May 5, 6-7.30pm. Info/register.

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