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Reimagining Motion

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Reimagining Motion is our podcast for the High Volume Transport Applied Research Programme (HVT). In our first season we explore Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). Whether it can be beneficial to low-income countries, and how it might be implemented. Each episode draws on the latest HVT research, case studies and newly developed frameworks offering insights and practical ideas for a TOD approach.HVT is funded by the UK's Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office. The views expressed do no ...
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In this episode we speak with Maruxa Cadama, the Secretary General of the SLOCAT Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport. We look at the role of equity in the decarbonisation of transport and the role of organisations like SLOCAT in addressing climate resilience in transport. We also discuss Maruxa's impressions from COP27 and the role of …
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We speak with Romanus Opiyo, programme leader of Sustainable Urbanisation of the Stockholm Environmental Institute about the impact of climate change on transport in low- and middle-income countries and how it is affecting disadvantaged groups the most. We also discuss using participatory approaches to transport design that is inclusive and resilie…
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We speak with Yacob Mulugetta, from UCL and also Partnership Lead of the Climate Compatible Growth Program (CCG) about the role of e-mobility in a just transition to greener transport systems and the link between future development of LICs and future energy systems. The episode also asks who should financially support LICs in the bid to adapt and m…
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We speak with Bronwen Thornton, the CEO of Walk21 and former Board Chair of the Partnership for Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLOCAT), about the crucial and yet undervalued role that walking plays to create inclusive, greener transport. We ask will the drive towards green transport overshadow the needs of the most vulnerable in society who will…
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In this episode we talk to Timothy Durant of Vectos about the informal public transport sector and its effects on urban development, climate change and affordable mobility. Links TRANSITIONS – Informal Transport Compendium Report High Volume Transport WebsiteBy High Volume Transport Applied Research Programme
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In this episode we speak with Dr Rutul Joshi, Associate professor at CEPT University in India. Dr Joshi led a multi-year research project on contextualising transit-oriented development for Indian cities. Links Inclusive TOD in Eastern Africa: A Guide to Local Development Planning Transit-oriented development: Case studies report Moving Ahead: Urba…
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In this episode we talk to Philip Krause of African Urban Mobility Observatory about how data is essential to transit-oriented development design and implementation. He also discusses his HVT work developing new technologies for transport data collection in sub-Saharan Africa. Links Africa Urban Mobility Observatory Policy and Planning Insights Rep…
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In this episode we talk to Jacob Mason of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy about transit-oriented development (TOD) as a mode for development in African cities. In their latest research for HVT, the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) have developed a guidance toolkit of inclusive TOD as part of local a…
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