Smart Mobility :
Freedom of movement is a human right. It is about the mobility to travel freely from place to place, to gain livelihood. It is the foundation of a healthy society anchored on a progressive economy. It is one of the keys to the future of smart and sustainable cities.
Do you have a commuter story? Vlog it at Freedom Vlog: Ang Kwentong Komyuter Ko!
The Freedom Vlog aims to promote and enhance smart mobility through creative storytelling. Commuters can shed light on the gaps in our public transport system—as well as possible solutions to the problems—via vlogging.
Pedaling Towards Freedom
Held on June 3 at San Juan City, Freedom Cycle 2023 aimed to promote the freedom of movement as a fundamental human right and foster a more cyclist-friendly environment in the metro.
Harnessing Open Data and AI Initiatives to Reduce Traffic in the Philippines
Representatives from the public, private, and civil society sectors came together at the Open Data to AI: Smart Mobility for Reducing Traffic in the Philippines event to discuss the advantages and challenges of using open data and AI. Collaborating with open data and AI initiatives, different stakeholders were encouraged to promote innovative and sustainable solutions for smart mobility.
Project SUSI offers innovative concepts for city’s transport sector
Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNFF) and SafeTravelPH Mobility Innovations Inc. launched Project SUSI (Sustainable, Safe, and Integrated Public Transport Planning) which offers the city government of Puerto Princesa solutions to address the flaws in existing policies among others, in the transportation sector.
Wanted: Youth Data Stewards for Smart Mobility
Th success of smart cities and smart mobility is built on data governance and management. However, like the current smart city approaches that focus on technology acquisition and development, what has not been covered in past discussions are the quality of data, data governance, and management, on top of ethical considerations, and public engagement—specifically for and with the youth sector.