10 Commandments for Making Future Cities More Livable

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By Jack Stewart 02.01.18

THE TERM "LIVABLE city" has been kicking around since the 1980s, but it's never had much of a definition. It's clearly a good thing for attracting residents, businesses, and investors. Yet depending on who wants to live how and where, it entails elements of mobility and sustainability, investment and entrepeneurship.

Today, 15 tech companies devoted to reshaping the way we move came together to define the euphemism. These ride-sharing, bike-sharing, and transit companies signed a joint pledge to “prioritize people over vehicles”, lower emissions, encourage data sharing, and other lofty goals that should make cities nicer places to live—if everyone can just get on board.

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Feb 01




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