Skip to 0 minutes and 9 seconds Livable cities are places where people enjoy living, and encourage healthy and sustainable lifestyles. Transport and mobility are major influences of livability, and are really important in shaping the character and feel of the city. The way we move around cities affects our health and well-being, and requires interdisciplinary and intersectoral planning to produce the best outcomes for everyone living in a city. How we move needs to be equitable, easy to access, frequent, and encourage the use of sustainable transport modes. This course has been designed to stimulate and challenge your thinking. Here we have new opportunities to learn about engaged research with strong connections to industry and government.
Skip to 0 minutes and 55 seconds We begin with the assumption that everyone involved comes with their own perspectives and experiences on livable cities, and the importance of mobility for the creation of healthy and sustainable places to live and work. We’re also looking at the sort of data that comes from communities, from people, how we can co-produce information that fits the context and the goals and aspirations of a community. I really look forward to us co-creating knowledge, and welcome you to be part of our digital learning community.