MOVE Mobility is part of a consortium tasked with delivering the Kigali Green City project in the Rwandan capital. We have been hired as mobility experts and are engaged in validating the results of the Master Plan, and providing detailed designs for the pilot phase. Our purpose is to enable the sustainable expansion of urban Kigali; Smart Moving Kigali so to say.
MOVE Mobility is working on the final phase of the Comprehensive Public Transportation Master Plan for the Urban area of Ramallah-AlBireh. The assignment aims to prepare a Master Plan, formulated based on a detailed assessment of existing national and regional transport network and the results of a comprehensive analysis of existing gaps.
MOVE Mobility has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Smart Commute Foundation and Sunay Lalit Gandhi both based in Mumbai. Our joint vision is to transform Mumbai into a Smart Moving City. The first step of our mission is to create an effective master plan for the city. Our motto for this mission is “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!”
Amanda Ngabirano, director and urban planner at MOVE Mobility Africa, takes us on a journey through her world and the potential for Africa to learn from and leapfrog past the mistakes European cities have made, and create more livable, thriving, sustainable cities. Watching this film is a must!
How can the development area Am Alten Güterbahnhof be integrated as good as possible into the existing city map and how can a network be realized in all directions and adjacent areas despite the isolated location?
One woman’s unstoppable desire to change the world for the better has been put into a short film by a group of talented directors, Emilia Stålhammar, Elsa Lövdin and Veronica Pålsson. It won the 1st prize at the UN-Habitat Better Cities Film Festival at World Urban Forum in Abu Dhabi.
Developed by social innovation platform Imece, and sponsored by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Istanbul, the “Smart and Sustainable Urban Mobility” program is a 10-week course designed to get high school and university students thinking about the future of transportation there.
Together with our consortium partners we will start working in Utrecht region. In the framework of the U Ned programme, a MIRT Research will be undertaken, investigating the urbanisation process on the long term (2040) in Utrecht Metropolitan Area.