Here you will find a selection of the best podcasts in the field of urbanization and mobility.
What developments are there in the field of autonomous driving? Lennart Salemink updates us. In recent years there have been many developments in the field of autonomous driving. In practical terms, you could sit behind the wheel with your laptop and send an email without paying attention to the vehicle you are in. The only problem is that this is not yet allowed. Where do we stand in terms of regulations? Daan Prins discussed this with Lennart Salemink from the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and...
Cities on the Frontlines: Advancing Urban Resilience for Climate Adaptation. Lauren Sorkin, Executive Director at the Resilient Cities Networks, catches up with the City of Rotterdam's Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb on citizen engagement, climate change and much more.
In a series of interviews, I take off with 1 central question: How promising is sustainability in aviation? In this series I speak successively to Carlo v/d Weijer TU Eindhoven, Wijnand Veeneman TU Delft, Paul Peeters University of Breda (and aircraft manufacturer) and Felix Greving Netherlands Antilles (who is really going to test small electric aircraft between the islands).
There are still more people living outside the city in the province than in the city of Groningen. New forms of collective transport are crucial. This is Fleur Gräper, delegate for mobility of the Province of Groningen.
In this podcast, Geert Kloppenburg talks to Ankie van Dijk (Director of Wandelnet) and Annemieke Molster (urban planner and author of "Walk!") about the underprivileged child of mobility: walking.
Top specialist Erik Verroen of the Department of Public Works says that the current way of dealing with the ring roads of Utrecht, Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam is no longer tenable. In this podcast he talks to Geert Kloppenburg about his vision for a more dynamic and collective use of highways.