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Can we change our approach to urban mobility systems

22 February 2019 Kate Palmer

A thought-provoking presentation at last week’s Active Living and Environment Symposium has smart mobility expert Louise Baker questioning our approach to urban mobility.

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What is Smart Mobility?

19 December 2018

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Is it possible to design a future where car is no longer king?

A future city is determining trends in data, technology and behaviours and utilising such findings to shape the way we live, work and transport ourselves. 

The Future Cities Podcast delves into the behind-the-scenes stories of New Zealand's engineers. As we touch base to see how this information is gathered, analysed and encompassed to build better, more liveable cities. Touching on technologies and trends that have shaped their careers, disruptors in the industry and technologies that are transforming the world we live in. 

In this episode, Expert in Smart Mobility, Louise Baker talks about a vision of our transport future where the car is no longer king, and all forms of transport are easily accessible.

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Mobility as a co-op

17 December 2018 Kate Palmer

It’s clear from the way users have embraced initiatives such as bike and e-scooter sharing schemes that there is a considerable appetite for a future that is built on shared and active mobility.

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LOUISE BAKER: E-scooters, to scoot or boot?

3 September 2018 Chloe Brigden

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Sector Leader of Smart Mobility, Louise Baker praises New Zealand's decision to trial 700 e-scooters for a three-month trial starting mid-September. However, there are challenges ahead as shared.

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