At CoMotion LA ’19, experts like Arcadis’ Yuan Shi and Lisbon’s Deputy Mayor for Mobility Miguel Gaspar shared their insights on Micromobility. Check out the panel below:
Pedestrianization of streets is becoming more popular by the minute with major cities around the world closing streets to cars. Walkable cities provide a high quality of life for their residents while prioritizing environmental sustainability and public health but increased foot traffic can also boost economic success for nearby businesses and improve safety. How are cities prioritizing walkability through policy and infrastructure changes and how do these changes affect a city’s transportation system as a whole? How do walkability and economic success correlate?
– Michael Horvath, Co-Founder & Board Member, Strava
– Miguel Gaspar, Deputy Mayor for Mobility, City of Lisbon
– Yuan Shi, Global Solution Leader for New Mobility, Arcadis
Moderated by Harriet Tregoning, Director, NUMO