– Urban streets: Epitomes of planning challenges and opportunities at the interface of public space and mobility
– Integrating Mobility and Urban Development Agendas: a Manifesto
– If a mobility transition is what we want, transport research should…
– Urban experimentation as a politics of niches
– Editorial, planning, the political in the everyday
– From “streets for traffic” to “streets for people”: can street experiments transform urban mobility?
“…the political and ethical implications of planning constraints to the everyday are today deeper than ever. Few would contest that the present patterns of everyday life in developed countries and cities are in the long term not compatible with the limited resources of the planet. And yet, the fact that they are facilitated embodies the message that they are also desirable and legitimate, whatever the claims to the contrary.”
Luca Bertolini´s research and teaching focus on the integration of transport and urban planning for humane, sustainable and just cities, concepts and practices to enable transformative urban and mobility change, and ways of enhancing collaboration across different academic disciplines and between academia and society. Current research projects: EIT Urban Mobility – changing mobility to make cities liveable