Virtual Events

Pathway to Liveable Cities: Urban Development Strategies for Mobility and Waste Management

29 Jun
Virtual Events

Strengthening the country's infrastructure translates into enhanced productivity and improved public service delivery. At a time when the economy is faced with a crisis, it is critical to invest in infrastructure that will help the country grow and recover faster.

Over the years, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) as the agency tasked to develop and implement policies for solid waste management at the community level and the main agency for transport and traffic management, has highlighted their commitment to crafting and implementing development plans specifically through their waste management as well as their recent bicycle infrastructure and mobility initiatives.

In this JFC online session scheduled on 29 June 2021, 3:30 - 5:00 PM entitled "Pathway to Liveable Cities: Urban Development Strategies for Mobility and Waste Management" via Zoom, the MMDA will further delve into its priority programs and projects, as well as its collaboration with stakeholders to ensure all plans are effectively sustained.

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