In April, Cenit signed a research collaboration agreement with the Center for Liveable Cities of Singapore and Casa Asia. It provides a great opportunity to share experiences between Barcelona and Singapore in the field of mobility.
TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY LESSONS FOR SINGAPORE AND BARCELONA
Highlight strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in Singapore and Barcelona’s mobility systems.
Compare sustainable mobility initiatives and their success in achieving sustainability (e.g., Singapore’s road repurposing vs Barcelona’s superblock scheme, public transport systems, car-lite initiatives, freight distribution and logistics management, public response and behaviour changes).
Identify key lessons and strategies for more future-ready and sustainable mobility systems for Singapore and Barcelona.
What are the existing and future challenges that Barcelona and Singapore should prepare for in their mobility systems?
What limitations are there to achieving greater, long-term sustainability?
What key lessons for both cities can be learned from the case studies?
What are the potential strategies and recommendations for mobility systems in Barcelona and Singapore to make them more future-ready and sustainable?
- Deep dive case studies and comparisons of different cities’ mobility systems.
- Internal insights to circulate within government to make recommendations for Singapore to achieve greater sustainability in mobility
- Public Op-ed, from Insights Piece
- Publication on Sustainable Mobility