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Method to Evaluate Mobility for Enabling Closer Human Ties through Transport


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Author(J)1) 尾﨑 信之
Author(E)1) Nobuyuki Ozaki
Affiliation(J)1) 名古屋大学


Abstract(E)This paper is the outcome of activity in past years at ITS Japan’s project committee, the “ITS Committee for Shaping New Mobility & Energy Services.” After exchanging views with stakeholders including municipalities and experiencing mobility, the committee has developed a vison titled “Enabling Closer Human Ties through Transport.” In order to observe mobility equally and comprehensively from various stakeholders based on this viewpoint, we designed a code of awareness (Kizuki) table. We tried these new tools to validate our approach by preliminary study with cities and a one-day workshop to visualize concerns and measures based on our concept.

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