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Post-Car(d) Urbanism aims to:
Integrate advanced approaches from strategic planning, urban design, simulation and the creative arts to produce relevant policy insights
Generate new knowledge for sustainable urbanism with potential for public participation and motivation
Use creative arts to visualise future post-automobile environments for the general public, making post cards from the future to encourage public discussion and debate
Bridge gaps between the scientific fields of urban morphology, transport research, planning theory, urban economy and urban sociology
Explore plausible pathways towards car-independence, highlighting major relevant contextual factors and key policy levers
Formulate evidence-based policy and design objectives that will support proactive transitions towards a positive car free future
Add to the international body of research on sustainability and climate change and further develop ongoing research at KTH on urban sustainability and walkability