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PODCAST 1x03 - Reorganization of public space: who owns the streets?

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How can big infrastructures and industrial projects produce social and city-planning profits besides the economic ones? Smart ports are a great example but on the other hand, micromobility raises new unknown questions. What benefits can this private use of public goods such as streets bring?

More than ever, this issue is open for discussion, so we are picking the brains of experts from Port de Barcelona and Berkeley University.

Guest Participants

Jordi Torrent
Jordi Torrent
Head of Business Strategy, Port de Barcelona
Robert Cervero
Robert Cervero
Professor Emeritus, University of Berkeley

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