Transportation Mobility Principles for Seattle

20 October 2017

During the Walking Washington Symposium in Seattle (State of Washington), program director Bas Govers and consultant Alexander Kado introduced our Transportation Mobility Principles on October 18th. 

Says Bas Govers: "The principles represent a few essential ideologies we have developed and successfully implemented in various cities across the globe. They are meant to trigger curiosity and challenge traditional transportation planning methods. Maybe they will even find a place in your future transportation mobility policies?"

Bas and Alexander explained the background of these principles to their attendees: 'The Dutch Connection: Best Practices to Replicate in U.S. Planning Projects'.

Download the handout for this symposium for more information. 


Download the Excellent Cities handout about Transportation Mobility Principles