41 publications matching keyword "Aménagement"
10/28/2015 - 16:17
Governments around the world are looking at ways of encouraging people to walk, cycle or use public transport, rather than to drive. James Faulconbridge of Lancaster University talks about new research that suggests temporal and spatial issues also need to be considered.
04/16/2015 - 19:16
Boris Beaude, a geographer, and Benjamin Bayart, an engineer and ardent supporter of freedom of expression, discuss the tensions that have arisen concerning the internet, the main platform for virtual mobility. Designed as something without a centre, which could not be fully controlled and would free people from regional limitations, the internet seems unable to deliver on these promises – as a result of pre-existing constraints.
03/30/2015 - 17:38
Mobile technologies are not only changing the way we live, but are also making a pressing case to be included in the criteria for urban planners and architects. Ole Jensen sets out the argument for a more networked approach to city design.
11/26/2014 - 19:33
A Dutch expert in urban development, who founded one of her country’s leading eco-district projects, discusses the future of eco-districts with a French specialist in sustainable development. Could such areas be the key to the future of urban life?
09/22/2014 - 17:35
Mobility is so much more than going from A to B. Socially, it has a well-explored ‘dark side’, but there are many pragmatic and creative aspects familiar to designers that should not be overlooked by policy-makers, says Ole Jensen.
09/17/2014 - 18:54
06/24/2014 - 10:39
A University lecturer and an urban planner discuss professional mobilities and their role within community life. How do public authorities and, more broadly, society and its various components deal with mobility management?
05/27/2014 - 11:03
05/27/2014 - 10:14
Seduction is a key dimension of engineering today. When we develop a new transport system, we need to focus on more than just its technical performance - we need think about how users are likely to perceive it. Vincent Kaufmann explains what we can learn from Geneva.
04/10/2014 - 14:23
The objective of this project, led by Vincent Kaufmann and Emmanuel Ravalet, is to develop a simple, functional index for measuring motility in a variety of territories. This standard index will help in assessing and guiding mobility and regional development policies. The results are expected in April 2015.