CoMotion is delighted to share a remarkable and beautiful book published online this week by California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: Interlacing Los Angeles: Connecting Mobility to Place. This work was born out of a collaboration between CoMotion, Cal Poly Pomona and the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles.
At CoMotion, we strongly believe that the mobility revolution must lead to a deep rethinking of urban spaces, where humans are at the center rather than cars. The rich array of multimodal mobility in the cities of tomorrow can do precisely that — if we want it. That is why CoMotion loves Los Angeles: the ultimate car city of the 20th century that is fast becoming such a vibrant hub of post-car urbanism in the 21st century.
This book is the hard work of Cal Poly’s brightest minds: aspiring landscape architects and urban planners who want to change Los Angeles for the better. Please do take a look; I think it will surely get your creative juices flowing as we start new year.
We’d like to thank Cal Poly Pomona’s Professor Ray Senes, A+D Museum’s Anthony Morey and Leila Anna Wahba — and, most importantly, the brilliant students at Cal Poly Pomona. Our urban future looks brighter already knowing that those enquiring and creative minds are coming up in the world.