Finding the Right Moment— Implementation in Complex Urban Environments Moderator Diane Davis, Harvard University Project Director: TUT-POL Panelists ShreyaGadepalli, ITDP, India Monica Tibbits-Nutt, Boston, MA Juan Carlos Muñoz, Santiago, Chile
Transforming Urban Transport: The Role of Political Leadership (TUT-POL) • Advancing actionable knowledge of how, when, and where political leadership has proven critical to the successful implementation of transformative transportation policies. • Research has revealed the importance of: • (1) political relationships, processes, and conditions in explaining implementation successes, and (2) the inter-relationships between transformative transportation policy and governing institutions. • Supported by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations and hosted at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the project combines scholarly and practical aims. • http://research.gsd.harvard.edu/tut/the-project/
Survey of Strategic and Tactical Actions Based on case studies of congestion charging, BRT, highway removal, pedestrianization, traffic calming, and a range of other policies across the globe, all oriented towards reducing car dominance.
Action Repertoires: From Considering the Right Moment to Assessing the Best Process Mexico City Seoul New York City After Before Source: NYC Streets Source: NYC Streets