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PechaKucha Presentation

What is sustainable mobility and transport?

PRESENTED ON MAR 14, 2019
IN GENÈVE @ VOL 8

Francesco Dionori will talk about sustainable mobility and transport and how the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe works to facilitate this on a daily basis. Highlighting how almost every inland mode of transport that you use has a UNECE component that, without it, would make the transport system breakdown.

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Mobility

BY THOMAS MAILE
@ VOL 12 ON NOV 16, 2012

In this presentation by PKN Aalen organizer Thomas Maile, you'll hear about the worth of mobility, and problems encountered by older people. (in German)

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Mobility According to Local Needs

BY DAMIEN DECLERCQ
@ PECHAKUCHA URBAN INNOVATION MONTH ON APR 01, 2014

Seventy percent of the world will live in an urban environment by 2050, and mobility for cities is a problem in need of a soultion. Damien Declerq of Local Motors speaks on the challenges of urban mobility and his company's innovative methods created to develop local forms of transportation.

 

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Addressing our future mobility needs now

BY ALEX PAWLOWSKI
@ VOL 14 ON FEB 12, 2015

Like any city, mobility is key to Knoxville’s future development and its larger success as a strong and diverse community. While increased access to greenways, the Urban Wilderness, and a movement back to downtown have provided alternative options to its automotive centered culture, the automobile looks to serve Knoxville for years to come. But what will that look like? And what are the challenges that exist between serving the needs of Knoxville residents and the environment in which Knoxville works and enjoys?

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Mobility-imbued Spaces

BY ASTRID KLEIN
@ PECHAKUCHA NIGHT SPECIAL X MINI @ BMW GROUP TOKYO BAY ON JUL 20, 2016

Architects and PechaKucha co-founders Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein speak on the work they and their architctural studio put into the development of the BMW Group's latest structure - BMW MINI Mobility Center: Tokyo Bay.

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Transport Action Atlantic

BY ASHLEY MORTON
@ VOL 23 ON FEB 02, 2017

Ashley Morton is the Vice-President and senior Nova Scotia member of Transport Action Atlantic, a regional NGO who advocate for convenient, sustainable, affordable public transportation. TAA are strong supporters of urban public transportation, but spend most of their time thinking and talking about regional and inter-urban public transportation, with a focus on rail.

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Active Mobility with Velo Paso

BY VICTOR CORDERO
@ VOL 14 ON OCT 15, 2016

Victor Cordero, Scott White & Melissa Lugo share their passion for making active transportation accessible to everyone in the Paso del Norte region through education and outreach. Velo Paso works toward a Paso del Norte region where active mobility is safe, easy, and an economical means of transportation and recreation for everyone.

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Detroit Mobility Specialist

BY JEFFREY NOLISH
@ VOL 31 ON MAR 22, 2017

Jeffrey Nolish used to be an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force. Today, he works to make it easier about Detroit – whether on foot, by book, or by mass transit.

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Smart Mobility

BY PETE WESTERHOLM
@ VOL 27 ON FEB 22, 2018

Pete Westerholm talks about smart cities and how tech can be integrated into the built enviornment.

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The Future of Transport will be MaaS-ive...

BY GLEN KOOREY
@ VOL 36 ON SEP 17, 2018

Glen Koorey has been a Principal with local transport consulting firm ViaStrada since 2016. Prior to that, he spent 12 years teaching and researching transportation at Canterbury University. He specializes in road safety and sustainable transport, particularly in the areas of speed management and providing for cycling, but has also been investigating the role of future transport technologies. In this Pecha Kucha, Glen introduces the concept of "Mobility as a Service (MaaS), because he believes that the immediate future of transport is more about connecting many travel options (and payment) seamlessly, not self-driving cars.