Clemence Cavoli

Clemence Cavoli

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Environmental & Transport Policy at the Centre for Transport Studies, part of the Engineering department at UCL

Location London, UK

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  • Good point @DanawiryyaSilaksanti

    The following paper presents more accurate data:
    "Urban mobility transitions through GDP growth: Policy choices facing cities in developing countries"

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0966692319308907

    As well as data from the EU CREATE project: https://www.create-mobility.eu/

    It presents data...

  • Thank you for sharing your experience @PetarStanić

  • Hi Clare, do you work with the DigitalMatatus team?

  • Very inspiring @PetarStanić . Grassroot organisations play a vital role in generating a momentum and 'pressure' from the bottom up.

  • Thank you @MarjanKhaleghi for sharing your experience of Nagoya. It is fascinating. Indeed, as Jan Gehl regarding cycle lanes: "Build it and they will come." This applies to most urban transport infrastructure.

  • Perhaps the next stage is more emphasis on the Avoid category through urban planning and digital accessibility? (see further information in week 3)

  • Thank you for sharing your views @AlfisahNurAini . Indeed, affordable, comfortable, and secure public transport, and active travel infrastructures (e.g. walking) is the backbone of a well functioning urban mobility system.

  • The majority of the respondents indicated that their city prioritises traffic flow, which reflects a policy-mindset focused on accommodating the demand for car-use. This is highly problematic as we will discuss as it leads to car-oriented urban development.

  • China's climate targets are to:

    Peak carbon emissions before 2030.
    Achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.
    Reduce carbon intensity by over 65% from 2005 levels by 2030.
    Increase the share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy consumption to 25% by 2030

  • Thank you for sharing your experience @JorgeEduardoTenorioGoicoechea

  • Dear @SophieWildbore-Hands , indeed, there are numerous options to improve sustainability in Jersey, including more frequent buses and improving options for active travel. I hope this course provides some ideas to improve planning processes.

  • Hello @MyrzabayJetimov . Thank you for your contribution. It is good to hear that you are interested in this topic. I will be curious to see the extent to which the planning techniques we cover in this course are applicable in cities in Kazakhstan.

  • Thank you @ApoorvaSharma . This is correct, walking or cycling could replace numerous short motorised trips in London.

  • Thank you for sharing information about Jakarta @AlfisahNurAini . Your suggestions to address the city's congestion and pollution issues seem sensible. 1) Offering good alternatives to private vehicle use (including active travel such as walking & cycling); 2) Incentivise use of public transport and active travel. 3) Discourage car-use. I would also recommend...

  • Welcome @AlfisahNurAini I hope this course is helpful. It will be good to discuss how relevant some of the topics are in the context of Jakarta.

  • Hola @JarolGonzalez . Benvenudo. Espero que este curso te este util.

  • Hello @IsabellaChalmers-Arnold , I hope this course helps you consolidate your career.

  • Welcome @BhavnaMala . I hope this course is useful in the context of your internship.

  • Hello @ApoorvaSharma . I hope you find this course useful.

  • Hi @IsabellaChalmers-Arnold , thank you for sharing this information with us. I hope you find the course useful.

  • I hope the knowledge in this course is helpful. I would be interested in hearing your perspective on some of the topics we cover throughout the course.

  • Thank you for sharing this information @MyrzabayJetimov .

  • Hello Zhambyl, welcome to the course!

  • Welcome to the course Stefano!

  • Welcome Jorge! It is good to hear that we have participants from Peru.

  • Indeed, it is staggering.

  • Welcome to this course @RubyBellhouse ! I hope the course contributes to broadening your knowledge in the field.

  • Welcome @antonyCole . I hope you find the course useful.

  • Welcome @MohamedElKhateeb ! A Ph.D is particularly useful if you would like to pursue a career in academia. I hope this course contributes to broadening your knowledge in the field.

  • Welcome to the course @SusiePage . I hope you find the course useful. I would be interested in hearing more about the Western Australian government' strategy to achieve net zero.

  • Welcome @MarjanKhaleghi ! I hope you find the course useful.

  • Welcome @HarsisNugraha and good to have you in the course. I hope you find the course useful in relation to your work. Jakarta is a fascinating case study.

  • Thank you @BernardVonêche . I hope you find the course helpful. Although we do not cover links with airports in the context of the course, the concepts and principles discussed apply to most accessibility and mobility strategies in and around urban areas.

  • Interesting to see the breadth of expertise of the course participants. Thank you for your participation.

  • Hello @BrianHealey and welcome. FutureLearn will not share your personal information (e.g. email address) with us or with other participants.

  • Welcome @antonyCole ! I hope you find this course useful.

  • Welcome to this course @AnnWise !

  • Please note that the next Q&A session will take place on July 20th (20/07/2023) at 4PM UK time.

    Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/achieving-transitions-to-zero-carbon-emissions-sustainable-urban-mobility-tickets-670923248497?aff=oddtdtcreator (right-click to open a new window).

    This is the direct Zoom link: https://ucl.zoom.us/j/91866517826

  • Very interesting. Thank you for sharing this piece of information @PedroCadena . I would not be surprised if it is the case in most cities.

  • Thank you for sharing this information @PedroCadena . The % of greenhouse gas emissions coming from the transport sector is substantial in Bogota. The Mayor's strategy seems comprehensive. Do you know whether it focuses on walking/walkability? It seems to be lacking.

  • Thank you for participating in the course @AnaTeresaVargasFrutos

  • Thank you for your participation @ChandanMishra . I am glad to hear that you found the course useful. We would be grateful if you could fill out FutureLearn post-course survey too. Many thanks. Clemence