Mobility systems have a profound effect on the form of cities and regions. Most mobility systems are based on non-human-scaled tools which have resulted in a deeply polluting network that is out of scale with the human experience. Who wins and who loses in the current right of way paradigm? This webinar will investigate the substantial opportunity to incorporate human-scaled mobility in order to use space more effectively, empower people of all ages, abilities and income levels to access basic services and employment, as well as drastically reduce the energy footprint of cities.
- Understand the connection between mobility and energy systems
- Identify the basic elements of a human-scaled mobility system
- Learn about cutting edge examples of human powered mobility in global cities
- Understand how existing mobility systems may be retrofitted to include human-powered mobility networks
This workshop is approved for 1 AIA LU|HSW credit, 1 GBCI CEs, and 1 Living Future Accreditation (LFA) hour.
Note that this course is also available as part of the Learning Path “Living Community Challenge: 5-Part Series”.