2016 Capacity Building Seoul Program: Building Leaders in Urban Transport Planning (LUTP) October 9th –15th, 2016 Somerset Palace Seoul, Korea

The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) is hosting the Leaders in Urban Transport Planning (LUTP) 2016 Seoul in association with the World Bank and Seoul Metropolitan Government on October 9th-15th, 2016. The objective of the program is to help build capacity for holistic and comprehensive planning at leadership levels.

This workshop will take place in Seoul and cover important issues for urban transport leaders such as integrated transport planning, ICT in transportation, PPP, and other key challenges.

You will have opportunities to participate in presentations, group discussions, site visits to Korea’s cutting-edge transport related institutions, and networking luncheons/dinners. For more detailed schedule, please go to http://english.koti.re.kr/lutp2016/schedule.asp

There is a fee of US $3,500 for the program. This fee will cover the cost of the training including the cost of hotel and local transport. Participants will be expected to bear their own roundtrip airfare to Seoul and back.

 

Apply by completing this form and submit to KOTI LUTP Secretariat by email at LUTP@koti.re.kr

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