September 13 – Study day “Planning urban mobility: a challenge to structure african cities”

CODATU News Friday 2 September 2016

To welcome the « Sustainable Transport and Mobility in African Cities » Master’s second class, CODATU is organizing a study day, the theme will be « Planning urban mobility: a challenge to structure african cities ».

On this day a dozen african and european experts will share their experiences in urban mobility planning. How to go from planning to infrastructure projects and the economic challenges of transport in cities, will be discussed on September 13 at the EAMAU, in Lomé.

Program

9:00-10:00 — OPENING CEREMONY
  • Speech by Dr. Moussa Dembélé, EAMAU’s Director General
  • Speech by Christian Philip, CODATU’s Secretary General
  • Presentation of certificates to the Master’s first graduating class by Michel Tindano, Academic Coordinator
10:00-11:00 — A REVIEW OF URBAN PLANNING IN AFRICA, CHALLENGES REGARDING MOBILITY
  • Jerome Chenal, EPFL, Switzerland
  • Dahouda Ouedraogo, G2 Conception, Burkina Faso
  • Julien Allaire, CODATU, Lyon, France
11:00-11:15 — BREAK
11:15-12:45 —  FROM PLANNING TO INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
  • Jean Yango, Urban Community of Douala, Cameroon
  • Bernard Rivalta, CODATU’s Vice President, former SYTRAL’s President, Lyon, France
  • Koffi Attahi, Abidjan District, Ivory Coast
  • Agbonka Nsougan Dayo, PDU Lomé’s Project Manager, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, Lomé, Togo
12:45-2:00 — LUNCH BREAK
2:00-3:00 — PRESENTATION OF THE WORK MADE BY THE MASTER’S 1ST CLASS

Students from the Master’s first graduating class, will present in 6 minutes their internship results as well as their thesis’ conclusions in a “knowledge-café” to attendees, who will be divided into groups.

3:00-4:30 — PLANNING BUS NETWORKS IN AFRICAN CITY
  • Michel Tindano, SOTRAL’s Chief Executive Director, Lomé, Togo
  • Cissé Yssoufou*, UATP
  • Jean-Pierre Deghaye, Keolis Business Development Director
  • Stéphane Léon, RATP
  • Frédéric Lahitte, IVECO
4:30-5:00 — DEBATE
5:00 — CONCLUSIONS

*To be confirmed

Partenaires associés

EAMAU – Ecole Africaine des Métiers de l’Architecture et de l’Urbanisme

Présentation et histoire

L’EAMAU, basée à Lomé au Togo est une institution inter-états d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche. Elle fut fondée par une résolution du sommet des Chefs d’Etats de l’OCAM en 1975, à la suite d’une étude de l’UNESCO sur la nécessité effective d’une institution de formation en architecture et urbanisme, au bénéfice des Etats africains en pleine croissance urbaine.

L’EAMAU est :

  • pôle d’excellence régional de l’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie depuis 2004
  • partenaire de l’Union Internationale des Architectes (UIA) et de l’Union Africaine des Architectes depuis 2005
  • centre d’excellence régional de l’UEMOA depuis 2006
  • membre de l’Association pour la Promotion de l’Enseignement et de la Recherche en Aménagement et en Urbanisme (APERAU) depuis 2007

Pays Membres

A ce jour, le service de l’EAMAU en formation, recherche et expertise urbaine s’étend sur 14 pays d’Afrique francophone au Sud du Sahara.

Pour l’Afrique de l’Ouest
BENIN, BURKINA FASO, COTE D’IVOIRE, GUINEE BISSAU, MALI, NIGER, SENEGAL, TOGO

Pour l’Afrique Centrale
CAMEROUN, CENTRAFRIQUE, CONGO, GABON, GUINEE EQUATORIALE, TCHAD.

 

Pour en savoir plus: http://www.eamau.org/

CNAM (Conservatoire national des arts et métiers)

Le CNAM est un grand établissement d’enseignement supérieur dédié à la formation.

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