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On Tuesday, January 24 2017, Steer Davies Gleave hosted its first Movement Matters event in Los Angeles. The event took place at The Standard Downtown LA, where an excellent turnout of attendees including a select panel of experts participated in a lively discussion regarding the future of intelligent mobility.
Commuting is something the vast majority of adults have to contend with on a daily basis and, with average commutes taking at least 30 minutes, the morning journey plays a key role in setting the tone for our workday.
Movement Matters is a series of meet-ups, presented by Steer Davies Gleave, exploring how transportation shapes and influences the cities we live in.
Our first series of meet-ups take place in Los Angeles, where we share a program of insightful discussions on some of the most current topics in the industry, including technology, Mobility as a Service, behavior change, wayfinding systems, and transit funding.
New York City is home to 8.5 million people, with the population of the wider metropolitan area at over 20 million. As New York's population continues to grow, it raises questions on how the city will cope with such vast numbers.
This population increase will create many significant changes to the city and will, ultimately, put more pressure on its transportation infrastructure.
In July 2015, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) in Colorado unanimously adopted their Regional Nonmotorized Modes Plan. Steer Davies Gleave guided the development of the study from 2013 to 2015, with the intention of producing a plan that would not only make a difference in Pikes Peak, but also advance regional active modes planning across the USA.
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