The Urban Age Programme has launched the second scoping survey for the latest outreach initiative, the Urban Age Debates: Cities in the 2020s, focusing on the future of cities post-2020. The 'Localising Transport' survey follows the first survey conducted between November 2020 and January 2021 (Survey Summary #01 here).
The survey will inform the next Urban Age Debate, Localising Transport, supported by SAP SE and Knowledge Partner Teralytics, which brings together prominent leaders in the mobility field who have made profound impacts on the shape of cities, to discuss the future of urban transport and accessibility over the next decade. The survey targets a broad assessment and early speculations by urban leaders, practitioners and scholars in relation to the future of urban transport, mobility and accessibility.
Take the survey here.
Register for the 'Localising Transport: Towards the 15-minute city or the one-hour metropolis?' debate here.