The future of urban mobility requires thinking that goes beyond traditional ideas so that future growth is addressed within the context of finite global resources. Ecosystem thinking requires an integration of the complex relationship between users, infrastructure, services, and policies to satisfy mobility needs in an enduring way that will bring positive change to existing and future citizens.
To build more prosperous, functional, and responsible cities, government and government agencies, private sectors, and communities need to engage in productive dialogue. It is only when these parties are successfully working together that we will respond to the future demand for infrastructure in innovative, life changing ways.
The socioeconomic impact of the Gautrain study
Sound Transit Advisory
TraPac Terminal Automation Support
Regional Connector Transit Corridor
Calgary Green Line LRT
Edmonton Valley Line LRT
Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Project/BART
Transnet Capital Expansion Program
2019 IABSE Congress – The Evolving Metropolis, September 4-6, 2019, New York City
Journal of South African Institution of Civil Engineering Vol 61 No 4, December 2019, Pages 59-72, Paper 0640
South African Transport Conference (SATC) 2019.
All Technical Papers
June 7-10, 2020
Nashville, Tennessee, United States | Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Thursday, March 26, 2020
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