(17 Jul: 2-4:30pm; 19, 22 Jul: 10am-12:30pm, 2-4:30pm; 24 Jul: 2-4:30pm, 6:30-9pm; 27 Jul: 10am -12:30pm)
Upon completion of the program, students are able to:
Have the opportunity of communicating their interest, knowledge, creative ideas about transport;
Have their interest, knowledge, and creative ideas affirmed, improved and further extended through the interaction with peers and experts;
Learn from the experience of adult experts in transport, and be stimulated to think more deeply about transport through learning interesting story cases and problems that the experts have come across;
Begin to think more about what the interest can have meaning to their own life and career development.
Acquire more knowledge about realistic operation and challenges in major transport services through field visits, and appreciate their connection to subject discipline knowledge and creative ideas.
Be motivated to identify problems and possible innovations in transport for society, and to carry out useful informational, conceptual and practical studies about the topics.
Session 1: Sharing among participants on their transport interests, observations, creative works and ideas
Session 2: Workshop on urban planning problems and innovative ideas
Session 3: Field Visit 1
Session 4: Workshop on transport planning problems and innovative ideas
Session 5: Field Visit 2
Session 6: Workshop on urban and transport development plan (work out your own one)
Session 7: Presentation of your development plan, discussion and feedback
*Parents will be invited to this session (6:30pm-9pm, 24 Jul) so that the instructors could share with parents the capabilities and potentials of their children.
Session 8: Knowledge exchange with young professionals
Target Participants / Prerequisite
Young transport enthusiasts with sustained interest in transport, and also with specific interest in thinking about transport planning and sustainable transport. Applicants will be invited to an interview in early May.
Please write about 100-200 words to describe your interest in this area of transport and city planning, including what you have done in this relevant area so far and why do you want to join this programme. Please also submit any work of yours in this area (e.g. you may have created a city or a bus company by your own imagination or study, or made some relevant drawings, models or design). You can submit several photos of your activities or products to let us understand you more. This is significant to make you stand out from other applicants.
Please send us the above information by email to with the subject "Go Planner 2019 application".
Dr. KI Wing Wah
Ki is a honorary associate professor of Faculty of Education, HKU. He had over 30 years of teacher training and research experience on learning, thinking and moral development in various disciplines including mathematics, computer technologies, liberal studies, languages, about learners of diverse abilities ranging from students with special needs to exceptional talents.
Mr. Tonny CHUNG
Tonny is an international multi-disciplinary consultant with over 27 years of experience in the region, specializing in public transport planning (including railway, station, bus and pedestrian planning). Since the early 1990’s, he has been a founding and leading member of both the Transport Planning Team and the Business/Market/Social Research Team in MVA, the largest consultancy in transport planning in Asia. He has worked in a number of countries in Asia including China, Vietnam, Singapore and Australia.
Mr. Yutin KI
Yutin had been a transport planner, involved in a number of large scale planning projects in Pearl River Delta region and Hong Kong. Recent years, he becomes a teacher, teaching geography and liberal studies teachers in secondary schools of different banding, teaching students with diverse ability levels. He has also been head of Career & Guidance in a secondary school. He has supervised students winning the champion of an open competition in 2016 held by CILTHK on sustainable planning.
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