On the 11th of May 14 people met to
continue the discussion on 'mobility'.
is it possible to do without
individual vehicles in a city of 50.000?
if the urban fabric is conceived for
only pedestrians, cyclists and collective transport, what will
be its characteristics?
under what circumstances will
individual vehicles be necessary?
Mobility revolves around the
relationship between housing, work, services, public life,
recreation etc. How are these to be integrated? And how do
different structures effect mobility?
One effort of the Study Circle is to
try and work out a methodology that allows us to understand
various scenarios for planning. It is necessary to become aware
of the far reaching consequences of development. Mobility
demands special case studies since it determines in a general
way both the social and physical environment of a city.
For the moment we are looking at the
implications of a city with no individual motorised transport,
certainly since this also touches upon the concept of the