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Conventional economic frameworks can overlook how mobility influences the health and liveability of a city in a range of ways.

This week, we’ll explore the non-economic benefits of change, especially the non-economic benefits of bringing stakeholders and community groups together to try and understand the values they place on the mobility interventions we want to implement.

In particular, we’ll explore the role of qualitative indicators to address city sustainability across social, economic and environmental factors and the ways in qualitative indicators can be used in collaboration with, and co-produced with communities.

Your mobility case study

You’ll also have the opportunity to apply your learning to your mobility case study. This week, we’ll consider ways to measure values. We’ll explore ways to access information, such as from engagement with communities, and from specific neighbourhoods, specific groups and places.

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Urban Mobility for Liveability

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