LSE Cities contributes to new book on the sharing economy and innovative transportation

9 January 2017

LSE Cities research has been featured in the new book Disrupting Mobility: Impacts of Sharing Economy and Innovative Transportation on Cities, edited by Gereon Meyer and Susan Shaheen. The book is based on the 2015 Disrupting Mobility Summit at the MIT Media Lab, which investigated the role of rapidly changing transport technologies in enabling more sustainable global futures. The chapter Accessibility in Cities: Transport and Urban Form, draws on LSE Cities’ research on cities, the environment and climate change, and is authored by LSE Cities Executive Director Philipp Rode, Principal Research Fellow Graham Floater, and others.