Hot off the press: Latest issue of Thinking Cities is now available

The past year has brought incredible disruption across urban mobility. Yet, our cities are emerging stronger than ever, rebuilding with sustainable, innovative and inclusive urban transport and logistics solutions.

The 16th issue Thinking Cities, "The Disrupted City?" highlights the trends and innovations happening in the sector, looking at how disruptive their implications will be on our cities and the future of urban mobility landscapes.

From Rotterdam to Rome, Madrid to Moscow, the latest issue Thinking Cities traverses MaaS, automation, micromobility, new human resources requirements gender equality and more! Rebuilding our cities requires collaboration. The diverse array of articles and interviews bring together local authorities, private operators, academia and civil society to showcase the changes afoot … and what is yet to come.

Covering themes ranging from environment and health, traffic efficiency, safety and security, access as well as governance and integration, this edition of Thinking Cities brings forwards a complex and complete perspective on mobility's achievements and challenges, directly from mobility experts across Europe.

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The latest issue of Thinking Cities is available online here.

About Thinking Cities

Produced in cooperation with H3B Connected, the Thinking Cities magazine aims to help shape the debate on sustainable transport in Europe and internationally, illustrating in a concrete way how innovative transport solutions can help local authorities to achieve their mobility policy objectives. Thinking Cities is published bi-annually. To view the past issues, click here.

About Urbanism Next

Inspired by the annual Urbanism Next Conference in Portland, Oregon, USA, Urbanism Next Europe is the first European interdisciplinary convening of private, public, and academic stakeholders who shape the future of our cities and wish to cooperate to reach societal goals in the fields of land use, architecture, retail, transport, real estate, urban planning, environment, public health, equity, public space, economy, and governance. This stimulating three-day online conference takes place online on June 9, 10 and 11, 2021.

Urbanism Next Europe is organized as a partnership between POLIS, the Urbanism Next Center at the University of Oregon, TNO, and NUMO, with the support of the City of Rotterdam and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands. What better occasion to launch this issue of Thinking Cities? Make sure to check out the Urbanism Next section in this magazine, featuring our partners and their precious insights on innovation and disruption!