CityNet Smart City Survey on Urban Infrastructure Basic Needs

Following the Clusters’ Strategic Meeting, Infrastructure Cluster Meeting, and the Kuala Lumpur Regional Training Center Workshop on Urban Transportation in Kuala Lumpur from 23-26 July 2018, CityNet Secretariat is conducting an urban infrastructure survey to assess members’ needs.

Based on the preprocessed SWOT analysis, multiple categories of infrastructure and diverse priority/need areas were raised as opportunities by the member cities. Through the survey, it is expected to assess their needs and identify the main priorities for members’.

The survey is divided into four main subject areas: urban mobility, walkability, lowering the carbon footprint from the use of infrastructure, and smart infrastructure in cities especially with contributions to the first three main subjects aforementioned.

Through the survey, cities will be able to strengthen their direction and roles in CityNet. Furthermore, it will offer a great opportunity for members to explore suitable actions to address the urban infrastructure challenges. The resulting draft report will be discussed in CityNet 2018 Executive Committee Meeting.

To participate in this survey and submit your response, please refer to the following questionnaire link:

https://goo.gl/forms/M3Ph004upkDTGv933

If you have any inquiries, please email Danbee Lee at danbee@citynet-ap.org.

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