How can we create walkable environments through technologies experimentations
and citizen involvement?
How can technology companies, research institutions, local municipalities and third sector organizations find common objectives to improve pedestrian accessibility? What cost and time effective procedures and approaches can be adopted and replicated in different urban contexts to improve pedestrian movement? Is 'piloting' a valuable and feasible approach to test new concepts prior to full-scale implementation across the city? How can the results of the testing phase be incorporated into broader city policy or programmes.
These questions will be discussed through presentations that enlighten specific demands, tested methodologies and concrete results on walkability and slow mobility.
SPROUT TALENT WEEK: Open Talk