FP Think is our latest initiative to enhance our clients’ understanding of how disruptive forces in technology, demographics, and socioeconomics may affect their transportation planning decisions. The content on this page will evolve over time to be responsive to changes in our society and world.
Cars will soon be able to avoid collisions, platoon at tight headways, carry people who are unable to drive, and drive robotically without anyone aboard. How will they affect the evolution of our cities, the way we plan and design our multimodal transport infrastructure, and provide mobility to all socio-economic groups? Take a look at our latest research, published papers, upcoming knowledge sharing sessions, and more here.
Disruptive forces in transportation planning & policy
Now in its third year, FP Think is taking a deeper look at the transportation policy and planning implications of several emerging disruptive forces. In an effort to help our clients plan for an uncertain future, we’ve identified several transportation planning and urban policy elements that will likely be most affected.
We’ve developed a tool for basic future scenario testing of the trends above