What is sustainable mobility on the Aalto University campus 2050 like? Share your thoughts to support the planning!
Aalto University's renewed strategy came into force at the beginning of this year. Its title is “Building a Sustainable Future”. The sustainable development goals of the strategy also guide movement to and from campus.
The goals of campus development for sustainable mobility are to support walking and cycling, as well as public and electronic transport, and also to reduce car traffic and centralize parking. Specific objectives are to improve pedestrian and cycling connections and to increase services and facilities that support light traffic (such as changing rooms and showers). In addition, the accessibility of the campus by public transport will improve with, among other things, the expansion of the West Metro and the completion of the Jokeri Light Rail.
Aalto University is preparing an action plan to develop sustainable mobility. The ideas and aspirations of the whole community for sustainable mobility will be taken into account in drawing up the plan.
What is sustainable mobility on the Aalto University campus 2050 like? Share your thoughts on the Flinga platform: https://flinga.fi/s/FDHFH5L (opinions are visible to everyone in public). The answers are anonymous and will be used in the sustainable mobility action plan.
Aapo Pihkala, ACRE Project Manager, sustainability and landscape, [email protected]
- Updated: This content was originally published on www.aalto.fi.