As the world’s population becomes increasingly urban, planners are faced with the question of how to accommodate more people – and the traffic that goes with them – while creating a more pedestrian-friendly city. Can more cars and more people peacefully coexist? Can cities use data to improve traffic, walkability, and environmental factors?
The city of Moscow says “yes,” and it's taking this challenge head on through their My Street project, by leveraging big data to influence a citywide urban redevelopment project.
Human Cities for Human Beings
Sustainable urban planning is a complex issue, with myriad problems surrounding utilities, energy, housing, ...