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An international survey What do the world’s students dream of? Who is part of this project? Researchers in partnership with students of urban planning, architecture, transport engineering etc. in more than 10 cities : Beijing, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, Shanghai, Lima, Mexico City, Santiago de Chile, São Paulo, Barcelona, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Dubai …


An international survey What do the world’s students dream of? What is his goal ? 

To discover the expectations of these particular students as they will likely be tomorrow’s professional or decision-making elites who will inform the city we are living in.

 To allow a dialogue among students of different cities to reveal the various representations related to the diversity of urban cultures.  To compare the values that emerge from the students visions with the current values which have emerged from the current professional or political elite: are they more or less alike or different?  Can we speak about a change of global representation?  To understand how sectoral visions are embedded in societies’ values.  To contribute to the international research programme “ The making of movement”.


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An international research focused on a common question: What is it that drives public action on urban mobility and on the city?


An international research What is it that drives public action on urban mobility and on the city?

Few examples: Why do the people of Beijing accept the principle of a lottery as a fair means of regulating car use?

Why does Bogota still not have a metro, despite the positive support by planning experts?

Why, in Lima, is the high level of pedestrian mortality not a number one priority for municipal decision-makers? ‌


An international research What is it that drives public action on urban mobility and on the city?

Goal: To identify the reasons underlying public mobility policies in all of their dimensions. Research focus: 1. Case studies of governance problems associated with mobility, 2. an analysis of the “atmosphere” of each city, 3. surveys on utopian ideas about mobility and the city among the future professional and political elites of the different cities, 4. “amazement reports” (exchanges between researchers)


An international research What is it that drives public action on urban mobility and on the city?

Who is involved? A network of researchers led by the IVM’s Chairs (China, Latin America, France), with La Fabrique de la Cité, headed by Jean-Pierre Orfeuil, professor at the Paris Institute of Urban Design (Paris-East Créteil University), Chairman of the Science and Strategy Council of the City on the Move Institute and member of the Scientific Committee of La Fabrique de la Cité.


The lead researchers for each city Barcelona : Carles Llop, architect, winner of the European Grand Prix for urban design for Spain and Catalonia.Professor at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Curator of IVM’s “El carrer és nostre... de tots!” Exhibition in Barcelona. David Balbás Alonso, architect. Member of the consultative committee on mobility at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and technical coordinator of the “mobility plans” for two of its campus sites. Member of the Escola d’Arquitectura del Valles (Barcelona). Buenos Aires: Andrés Borthagaray, Director of the City of Buenos Aires Strategic Planning Council, Director of IVM-Latin America. São Paulo: Marcos Rodrigues, engineer, Professor in the Department of Transportation at São Paulo University. Rio de Janeiro: Margareth Pereira da Silva, architect, Research Director at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and curator of IVM’s “A rua é nossa... é de todos nós !” Exhibition in Rio de Janeiro. Santiago de Chile: Oscar Figueroa, urbanist and economist, Professor at the Catholic University of Chile and member of the IVM-Latin America academic chair. Rosanna Forray, architect, Professor at the Catholic University of Chile, member of the IVM-Latin America academic chair, curator of IVM’s “La calle es nuestra... de todos !” Exhibitioin. Shanghai: Pan Haixiao, Professor of Transportation Planning and engineer, Professor at Tongji University and Director of IVM-China. Zhuo Jian, architect and urbanist, Tongji University, curator of the “The street belongs to all of us!” Exhibitionin Beijing and Shanghai. Beijing: Liu Jian, architect and urbanist, Tsinghua University School of Architecture in Beijing and member of the IVM-China academic chair. Bogotá: Isabel Arteaga, los Andes University, chief curator of the “La calle es nuestra... de todos !” Exhibition in Bogotá. Juan Pablo Bocarejo, engineer,  Los Andes de Bogotá University. Dubai : Yasser Elsheshtawy, Professeur d’architecture et d’urbanisme à l’université Al-AIN aux Emirats Arabes Unis. Paris IDF: Jean–Pierre Orfeuil, engineer, Professor at the Paris Institute of Urban Design, Paris-East University, Chairman of IVM’s Science and Strategy Council, scientific director of the conference of the three chairs. Mathieu Flonneau, historian, associate professor at Paris I University. Mexico: Alicia Ziccardi, sociologist, Research Professor at the Social Research Institute at the Autonomous National University of Mexico. Bernardo Navarro Benítez, Research Professor in Territorial Planning at the Xochimilco Autonomous Metropolitan University. Lima: Juan Carlos Dextre, Pontifical University of Peru, chief curator of “La calle es nuestra... de todos !” in Lima. …


• Gracias a nuestros colaboradores por sus comentarios en el Forum www.movemaking.com : Ingrid Portilla Galindo, Tatiana Urrea, Natalia Cruz en Bogotá, Y Thomas Massin, Daniela Natale, Pilar Rodriguez Martin en Buenos Aires …. • Vengan a descubrir los trabajos de los estudiantes de Bogotá, en el plataforma www.movemaking.com ! • See you at our international conference in March of 2012, in Paris !


Gracias !

David BalbĂĄs Alonso : am_arquitectura_david@yahoo.es GaĂŤlle Rony : gaelle.rony@vilmouv.com


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