Thank goodness this book is out. Start-Up City – Inspiring Private & Public Entrepreneurship, Getting Projects Done, and Having Fun is sorely needed right now. Cities are at the forefront of taking on addressing issues at the intersection of demographics, technology, transport, climate, housing, equity, and health, but are largely ill equipped to respond. Entrepreneur, […]
You might ask what mobility management has to do with pop culture. As Christopher Leinberger, land-use strategist and distinguished scholar at George Washington University, has stated, Hollywood does more market research than any other industry. Movies, television, music, and books not only reflect where we are as a culture, but where we want to go (often quite literally). If TV stars, superheroes, or zombies can assist in informing us on quality-of-life issues, start a dialogue, and get people out of their single-occupancy vehicles, then we’re all for it.