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Smart cities

3.3 Rethinking city solutions

Now you will start to think about the smart transport initiatives you’ve seen. Once again, would they be helpful in your city?

Activity 4 Thinking about smart transport initiatives

Consider the following:

  • What do you think about the smart transport initiatives you’ve seen? Once again, would they be helpful in your city?
  • Is there an example of an innovative transport service where you live? Or have you used one in another city?
  • Think back to the city problem you started to unpack for a living lab earlier this week. If there were no barriers to completely redesigning your city’s approach to the problem, how would you choose to approach it?

Don’t forget to take into account the people affected by the problem. Who does it impact? Is it a group of citizens of a defined age group or perhaps people with particular needs?

Write a paragraph about your thoughts.

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