How Can We Deliver 5-star Roads for Vulnerable Road Users?

How Can We Deliver 5-star Roads for Vulnerable Road Users?

By Rob McInerney, CEO of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) Every day, road crashes kill over 3,600 people across the world. 56 people are left quadriplegic, 161 are rendered amputees, 932 suffer severe acquired brain injuries and 20,865 suffer limb...
Does the Compact City Ideal Still Make Sense?

Does the Compact City Ideal Still Make Sense?

By André Sette. Originally published in Portuguese at Caos Planejado on February 25, 2021. While offering many advantages, this type of planning elects an ideal lifestyle, and leaves little room for individual choices that disagree with the model. Anyone interested in...
Accessibility as a metric for mobility management

Accessibility as a metric for mobility management

By Marcos Paulo Schlickmann. Originally published in Portuguese at Caos Planejado on January 18, 2021 Accessibility is a concept that can be defined as the number of destinations that someone can reach – or access – in a given period of time. These...
The Secret to Post-pandemic Sustainable Mobility? Design for Women

The Secret to Post-pandemic Sustainable Mobility? Design for Women

By Kelly Saunders, Gender and Mobility Specialist It is obvious as this Covid-19 pandemic wears on that transport is being repositioned – both in our minds and our lives. Changeable travel restrictions and new virus strains are reshaping our mobility psychology....