New Mobility + Connected Communities
Rapid innovation comes with both opportunities – and challenges. Technology companies are setting a demanding pace, pitching hardware and software to enhance municipal services, mobility, and civic engagement. Cities need new processes to evaluate, test, and deploy options that best connect the entire community digitally, socially, and physically.
New mobility refers to leveraging technology to move people, goods and services in the most efficient, effective and safe manner. Whether it’s shared scooters, autonomous automobiles or delivery drones, WGI is committed to helping clients envision and build successful mobility systems.?
Our professionals are national leaders in technology, transportation and planning, ensuring WGI provides timely information on impactful trends. We have a four step process for developing future-ready plans, policies and project design:
Identifying Opportunities While Minimizing Risks
Finding Paths to Implementation
New Mobility and Connected Communities: What, Why, and How?
With the growing clamor over smart city technology, cutting through the noise of matching technologies to local problem-solving can be overwhelming.
Learn how WGI is tackling a new generation of solutions through its New Mobility and Connected Cities program.
The Keys To Connected Communities
Communities everywhere are facing unprecedented change and uncertainty. Technology is among the most impactful of these trends. WGI recognizes this requires new approaches to managing uncertainty and change to harness opportunities while limiting risk.
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Parking Smart: How Smart Parking Technologies Benefit Airports
E-Commerce and the Changing Face of Retail: The Power of Flexible Design
Realizing Your Vision With Technology: The Next Generation of Show-And-Tell
Team Better Block joins WGI’s Mobility, Complete Streets, and Urban Design Team
If You Build It, They Will Come — And Go
Primed for Deliveries
WGI’s Glenn Havinoviski Helps Write the Book on Cooperative ITS
Mobility Hubs: Technology’s New Take On Transit-Oriented Development
Gridlock solutions envisioned with driverless cars, flying taxis and delivery drones
Event Recap: WGI’s 8th Annual Thought Leaders Breakfast
Developing Successful Micromobility Programs
Kicking the Tires:?Lessons on Equitable Micromobility Pilots
Beyond Transit Deserts: Using Public Data to Inform Dockless Scooter Deployment and Reduce the Access Barrier
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