The vast majority of existing infrastructure is not ready for the future of mobility. Neither if the majority of the mobility operating patterns remain based on car use, nor if our mobility patterns change to a more sustainable way of transportation. In both scenarios our existing infrastructure is insufficient but at this Roundtable, we will focus on what the infrastructure should look like if we want to push or nudge the sustainable mobility agenda.
How can private actors such as architects, engineers, urban planners, etc. influence decision-makers; governments, politicians, and authorities to set high standards that accommodate different needs and make infrastructure more efficient, equitable, sustainable, and spatially attractive while improving public health? How can the private actors push and partake in an integrated vision of how to equip the infrastructure of the future and thus shape the environment through the choice of mobility?
We invite you to participate in a 2-hour BLOXHUB Roundtable where we will discuss approaches and partnerships models that open up the possibility for the private sector within the built environment to have a greater influence on how infrastructural planning is developed and implemented.
14:30 Welcome and intro, Lotte C. Breengaard, Program Director, BLOXHUB
14:40 ”Tour de table”, Presentation, All
14:50 Designing streets for the future of sustainable urban mobility, Robert Martin, Architect & Ph.D. in future urban mobility, Head of Mobility, JAJA Architects
– How can we drive the transition towards more efficient, equitable, sustainable, and spatially attractive mobility systems?
– How can partnerships between non-traditional private actors develop new solutions for how infrastructural planning is developed and implemented?
16:20 Sum up, Lotte C. Breengaard & Robert Martin
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Lotte Breengaard, +45 2268 4643 / email@example.com
NB: Registration takes place on a first-come, first-served basis
BLOXHUB Fæstningens Materialgård, Frederiksholms Kanal 30, 1220 Copenhagen, meeting room Dallas.