Citizen-centric urban infrastructure

Mobility is about people, not about vehicles

Instead of being citizen-centric, the urban infrastructure today is mostly car-centric. Pedestrians, cyclists, steps, and even nature itself get just a fragment of the public space, while cars get a disproportionate amount with regards to their actual use. By dividing public space more intelligently, people are nudged toward soft and public transportation. In doing so, a virtuous cycle is started.

The technology that allows us to profoundly understand how people move around in a city is readily available. How can those insights be used to redesign infrastructure so all modes of transport share a proportionate piece of the available space?


George Cambanis


Christophe Vander Elst


Pierre van Oldenhove


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