Rethinking Urban Mobility through Equitable Community Engagement

Rethinking Urban Mobility through Equitable Community Engagement

Urban mobility is a key contributor to climate change. It’s also essential to urban life despite inaccessibility increasing inequities of contemporary urban cities. Bang the Table’s Principle Writer and Editorial Director, Sally Hussey, unpacks opportunities to rethink mobility for an inclusive and sustainable future through equitable community engagement.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

4 months ago

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International Public Participation Models 1969-2020

Sally Hussey provides an essential public engagement resource compiling 60 international public participation models dating back fifty years to Arnstein’s influential ‘Ladder of Citizen Participation’. Last year, Sherry R. Arnstein’s  “A Ladder of Citizen Participation” celebrated its 50th anniversary. Originally published in the Journal of American Planning Association (JAPA) and one of its most cited […]

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

8 months ago

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