Cities2.0 Ict2008 Daniel Kaplan

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Cities2.0 Ict2008 Daniel Kaplan

  1. 1. Free and Sustainable Mobility in the Connected City Daniel Kaplan Fing – www.fing.org Villes 2.0 – www.villes2.fr A partnership between
  2. 2. Clash of Values Why have the citizens of Stockholm and NYC rejected urban pricing / sustainability plans? What is unsatisfactory with Amsterdam and Seoul's GPS-based dynamic urban pricing schemes?
  3. 3. Reconnection Can we turn sustainability into a personal, emotional, pleasurable experience? Can we make sustainability compatible with other rights: Mobility, privacy…?
  4. 4. quot;Urban mobility can become sustainable only if it remains considered as a right as well as a goal.quot;
  5. 5. A simple framework A simple framework Reduce volumes Make mobility Reduce (travellers, trips, more efficient and distances vehicles…) cleaner Urban planning Articulation Transports e-Substi- Sharing tution Travel Mode Information and Substitution skills Optimi- zation Organization Dematerialization e-Substitution
  6. 6. ➊ Share and Connect (quot;2.0quot;) Share vehicles, infrastructures, places (car/ridesharing, flexible spaces, quot;third placesquot;…) Connect people, information, services (seamless services, intermodality, rich teleconferencing, new mediators…) Insights: 3 changes Insights: 3 changes technology could enable technology could enable
  7. 7. ➋ Travel Between Layers (quot;Flyquot;) Travel the city / Take the city's pulse (Urban Mobs / Real Time Rome) Involve citizens in the measurement of pollution (Green Watch) Consume or recycle / See the consequences (Gridwise) Insights: 3 changes Insights: 3 changes technology could enable technology could enable
  8. 8. ➌ Lower Barriers to Participation… and Innovation (quot;Empowerquot;) Access to urban data (local mashups and widgets, e.g. Velib/Bicing; collaborative mapping; local multiservice centres…) Shared and flexible urban infrastructures, including sensor nets Information-based urban transports… Insights: 3 changes Insights: 3 changes technology could enable technology could enable
  9. 9. Free and Sustainable Mobility in the Connected City Daniel Kaplan Fing – www.fing.org Villes 2.0 – www.villes2.fr A partnership between

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