– Low Appetite for High Tech: When the Indifference of Inhabitants to Digital Mobilities Impedes a Smart Suburbs Project
– Intermodality in European metropolises: The current state of the art, and the results of an expert survey covering Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Paris
– All geographical distances are optimal
– The future of urban sound environments: Impacting mobility trends and insights for noise assessment and mitigation
– 15-minute city and 30 minute world: Representing the future geographical time-space
SpaceX rocket transport shriveling the Earth: The future global geographical time-space as ultra-fast connections between time-space “needles”
Dr Alain L’Hostis (M) is research director at Université Gustave Eiffel. Holding a PhD (U Tours) and a habilitation (U Paris-Est Marne la Vallée) in spatial planning. He develops a research programme on geographical distances. On interuban distances he develops a theoretical approach on time-space representation. This programme also contains reflections and developments on the concept of accessibility. On urban distances the research focuses on the operational and theoretical urbanism model of Transit Oriented Development (TOD). He has been involved in a dozen of international research projects as partner (CLOSER. MOBILITY4EU) or as leader (BahnVille2, CISMOP).