Blog post based upon a presentation at CoreNet Global (Corporate Real Estate) Conference in Singapore.
On Friday, 8 December, 2017, the Honorable Enrique Alfaro, Mayor of México’s second largest city, Guadalajara, visited MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP). The Mayor and members of his team came to participate in students’ final presentation from the graduate class, Transit-...
A new digital tool developed by an MIT team lets people design alterations to transit networks and estimate the resulting improvements, based on existing data from urban transit systems.
(Check out the CoAXs Website)
Video of Webinar hosted by Meeting of the Minds.
From an interview series made possible by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations. Each month Meeting of the Minds features someone from VREF’s Future Urban Transport program. April's issue featured Chris Zegras.
An opinion article in the Chilean Newspaper La Tercera, co-written by Juan Carlos Muñoz, Lake Sagaris and Chris Zegras.
In the Spring semester, 2016, 16 MIT graduate students (and one Harvard GSD student) participated in a Practicum class (taught in workshop format) focused on the development and implementation of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Mexico City. The practicum explored the relationship between the...
'Citify' by Elyse Frenchman Wins Award in Best Women Filmmakers at Hollywood International Independent Documentary Film Awards.
This short film charts the 30 year history of MIT's Joint Urban Design Studio with Tsinghua University, against the backdrop of drastic urbanization in China...
An audience of approximately 250 gathered Monday, June 13th at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for a forum exploring the transformative technology of autonomous vehicles and their likely impacts.The forum was moderated by MAPC’s Executive Director, Marc Draisen.
The result of many years of great work by MIT's Transit Lab and the Transportation and Parking Committee.
Read more here and...
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