How can community engagement improve urban mobility management?
That was the question 150 mobility experts, policymakers, and urban planners from around the world surfaced with the BMW Foundation’s Respond Program, aimed at using mobility to advance human development.
“We need to connect the interest of the people with access to make a change.”
Led by Public Sentiment, in partnership with MIT, the Foundation produced its first-ever report on Global Mobility Trends & Regional Insights – a comprehensive scan of mobility issues, challenges, and innovations taking root in metropolises around the world.
Through focus group facilitation, polling, in-depth interviews, and qualitative synthesis, Public Sentiment lent perspective on effective engagement practices to inform the design of Respond’s Responsible Leader Network and the Foundation’s five-year strategic plan to help meet the emerging global trends in urban mobility and city planning.