Resilience: The New Livability Playbook for Mayors
For mayors and cities, this is the playbook you’ve been looking for. You’ll find answers to dozens of your questions. You’ll learn how to use LEAN mobility to enhance your city’s economic resilience and connectivity when ‘social distancing’ is the new normal. You will be welcomed into the LEAN mobility movement, learning along with other innovative cities. Don’t stay in your lane!
You will learn why LEAN mobility is the future, and more:
- How to create protected networks at a low cost—or even no cost
- How to get your community and employers on board
- How to build the economic case for your city
- How LEAN mobility can spark a Renaissance in your city
- Why safety is the prime directive
- How to introduce Neighborhood Electric Vehicles—and what to do about golf carts and scooters
- How to increase public transit ridership
- How to dramatically reduce your constituents’ cost of living
- Why your city can’t afford not to do this
Create a more livable, climate-conscious city—affordably, equitably, and fast.
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Tiny Transit: Cut Carbon Emissions in Your City Before It’s Too Late
Want to create a groundswell for low cost, climate-conscious micromobility in your city? Think small.
Tiny TransitTM is a how-to guide for cities, mayors and local governments searching for practical ways to cut carbon emissions. Susan Engelking describes an innovative, proven solution: protected networks for small, low speed, low cost vehicles.
In Tiny TransitTM, city leaders and activists learn:
- Why LEAN mobility is the future
- Lessons from early adopters
- How to build LEAN LanesTM with the crumbs of major transportation projects
- Why the prime directive is “safety, safety, safety”
- How to introduce this game changer in your cities—and the quickest way to build a groundswell of popular support
Tiny TransitTM illustrates safe, low speed low cost, low stress, low emission, climate-conscious mobility for this generation and those to come. For cities, this concept is a game changer. For the nation, this new transportation alternative is a step toward economic resilience, clean air, and energy independence.