At WGI, we’ll help your community develop integrated micromobility plans and policies to capture benefits, limit risks and expand choices. From pilot project design to overall mobility planning, we can help you test, scale and incorporate innovative transportation into your community plans.
Webinar Recap: The Programmable Street: The Future of Vibrant Streets
In this session of WGI’s Webinar Series, Lisa Nisenson and Angela Biagi discussed a groundbreaking new approach to designing and managing streets: the Programmable Street. They discussed how cities can unlock value by optimizing street, curb, and sidewalk spaces by programming streets physically, digitally, and economically.
Attendees tuned in to watch and listen to Lisa and Angela share their expertise, best practices, and rethinking how we design and manage streets. Jennifer Foote, the VP, Customer Success at
Beep, and Alex Espositio, CEO & Co-Founder of Circuit also presented during the webinar and shared how their companies are contributing to the future of vibrant streets. Our attendees also submitted thoughtful questions for our panel to answer live at the conclusion of the presentation.
If you missed the live session, you can watch it in its entirety below:
WGI’s New Mobility and Urban Planning experts are leading the charge to change the way we commute and enhance supportive infrastructure to increase access to key destinations. Contact our team of professional thought leaders before taking on your next project.
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