Posts Tagged ‘LSE’

Towards New Urban Mobility – The case of London and Berlin

The study demonstrates how London and Berlin have both seen a pronounced trend towards new urban mobility with considerable increases in walking, cycling, public and shared transport, as well as substantial reductions in car use and ownership. It reveals that less than one in six residents in each city display a strong identification with car […]

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‘Accessibility in Cities: Transport and Urban Form

LSE faces with technical expertise some fundamental correlations of sustainable worldwide mobility . First of all is in the shape of the city the guide of the structure of mobility. The urban density (compact city) is a good indicator to analyse the use of energy (and therefore sustainability) of mobility. It also lists some useful […]

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