About the Workshop
The objective of ‘Safe Access’ interactive workshop is to provide a platform to ideate and co-create last-mile connectivity solutions around mass transit stations. It aims familiarize participants regarding 'safe access principles' which are a derivative of ‘Safe Access Manual’ and then to apply these principles to a real-world scenario.
The session will consist of 3 parts
|Part 1 - Introduction & briefing
||Presentation on Safe Access & its principles
||5.00 - 5.15 pm
|Part 2 - Interactive exercise
||Role play exercise exercise using the interactive board
||5.15 - 5.45 pm
|Part 3 - Discussion and learnings
||Group presentations on strategies and collaborative decision making
||5.45 - 6.00 pm
From 4 - 5 pm there will be an interesting talk on Mobility design in cities through data-driven insights which will culminate into a workshop.
Rajeev Malagi is a SENIOR ASSOCIATE - URBAN DEVELOPMENT in CITIES PROGRAM at WRI India. The focus of his work is on People Oriented Development projects which help in creating safe access, better living and walking environments by working with local governments, implementing agencies and the communities on ground.
Some of his works include improvements of streets and public spaces in Fort Kochi, Hubli Dharwad; review of station area plans developed around 12 stations in Bengaluru and development Form Based Codes guide book.
He also heads the SAM (Safe Access to Mass Transit) interactive activity which focuses on ideating and co-creating first and last-mile connectivity solutions around mass transit. SAM has been successfully organized in 12+ cities both in India and around the world.
Rajeev holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from B.M.S College of Engineering, Bangalore and a Master’s degree in Urban Design from CEPT University, Ahmedabad.