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The image of the city

06 March 2017

Many cities have invested in the creation of map databases to support the delivery of wayfinding systems. But why would a city commit to such investment and effort, considering the availability of free mobile map services and widespread Open Data? 

The urban boulevard

16 February 2017

Once part of the famous Route 66, Colorado Boulevard is a major street in the Los Angeles region that has been greatly influenced by the automobile. However, the vocational use of this street is now shifting from a suburban car-driven model to a more urban, pedestrian-oriented one as cities densify, the mix of uses intensifies, and the craving for sociability rises. 

Steer Davies Gleave hosts its first Movement Matters seminar in LA focused on intelligent mobility

08 February 2017

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. 

New developments for US airport infrastructure? 2017 could be the year

03 February 2017

Amid the tumultuous debates on border security, airport leaders may be forgiven for missing some good news — the growing consensus that new sources of capital are necessary to fund America's airports.

Tags: Aviation

Lessons from across the pond: an interview with Laura Shoaf

26 January 2017

Born and educated in the US, Laura Shoaf now holds one of the UK’s top transportation jobs, Managing Director of Transport for West Midlands (TfWM). We asked Shoaf whether the new transportation agenda there could offer any lessons for planners in North America. 

The UK has seen a major shift in the way it approaches transportation planning in the last five to ten years. Rather than designing and delivering transit systems to achieve transportation outcomes, planners are now addressing wider social, environmental and economic issues.

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