Reyhaney Safari

My interests lie in “How to create resilient, sustainable and liveable cities”. Increasing traffic congestion is a major factor in large and growing metropolitan areas across the world including most of the cities in Iran. I grew up in Tehran, a city that urgently needs sustainable solutions.

I studied Urban Development Engineering in Iran. With this background, I came to the Netherlands to study Urban and Regional Planning. When I arrived in The Netherlands I was amazed by the multimodality in this country. That is why I decided to do my internship and  thesis on Mobility Planning in Iran at MOVE Mobility.
Nowadays I am doing a Master in Spatial Planning at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. Besides studying I also work at MOVE Mobility. My ambition is to build a new bridge between Iran and The Netherlands.