Vital cities: Transport systems scorecard
The Vital Cities: Transport Systems Scorecard reports on 12 cities around the world, highlighting how they respond to the various challenges associated with transport systems in urban areas. Each has been measured against performance indicators in 10 different areas relating to transport, and given an overall grade between A and F. To ease comparison, the cities have been grouped into the four categories below.
The research findings highlight the particular successes and areas for improvement for each individual city, which we hope will ultimately broaden our understanding of how cities can develop their transport systems to become more vital, better spaces to live in.
Longitude helped conceptualise, research and develop the scorecard for The Future Spaces Foundation, an urban thinktank created by Make, an architecture firm, helping investigate how transport and connectivity play a role in making cities vital. Click here to view the interactive online scorecard tool.