WHEN MOBILITY BECOMES INFLEXIBLE
In five years the region of Noord-Brabant will have to sign a new contract with a bus company. This type of contract will dictate the infrastructure and use of public transport for another ten years. Basically, the problem is that the current law and bureaucracy decreases the flexibility for improvement in the sector. This decrease in flexibility in return also effects the mobility of the user. In this way the system prevents the possibility of public transport developing in sync with the innovative steps of future technology.
For three days straight we were discussing and analysing - and then discussing and analysing some more. We ended up realizing that the future can present itself in the present and we pitched three interlinked ways to improve the current public transport: state of mind, technology and design.