Senior Planner II Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia Darien, Georgia
Shrinking in scale and growing in use, micromobility is challenging traditional definitions and approaches in urban transportation and design. This session will examine micromobility’s emerging roles, draw linkages to city and social patterns, and describe how urban environments can retrofit and plan to accommodate and balance micromobility’s potentials and risks.
Examine existing and emerging micromobilities, and their relationships to urban environments.
Understand how micromobility shapes social patterns, including gentrification, inclusivity, and equity.
Explore the history of codes, legislation, risks, and behaviors affecting micromobility.
Explore range of design strategies for micromobility at multiple urban scales, and the design strategies cities and companies are using to shape mobility users’ behavior.