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Building an Urban Mobility Strategy

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Creating an effective mobility plan for a city starts with determining needs, then overlaying existing assets on a map to reveal the “new mobility grid,” says international urban mobility consultant Susan Zielinski.

It’s critical to convene a broad swath of regional stakeholders—both public and private sector—to assess connectivity across modes and services and decide where and how to apply fresh transportation options where needed.

Zielinski emphasizes that including entrepreneurs in the process is essential to drive innovation and push beyond “same-old” solutions.


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