Congratulations to Naroa Coretti Sánchez, a PhD student in the City Science research group, on receiving this honor!
The 2022 City Science Summit is a collaboration between MIT City Science, the City Science Network and the Norman Foster Foundation.
City Science researchers Naroa Coretti, Iñigo Martinez, Luis Alonso, and Kent Larson discuss their research on autonomous shared bicycles.
How can we design a zero-commuting city? What are the important attributes of a walkable community? How can we invent the future of mobilit…
A discussion of the future of public transportation, with a highlight of the Autonomous Bicycle project led by PhD student Naroa Coretti.
The two papers relate to project work from the City Science group around the impact of shared autonomous micro-mobility systems.
Article by cinematographer and visual artist Sean Webley
How do new mobility patterns interfere relationships?
Prototyping and testing space of Two Mobility Futures 0∞.
How new mobility patterns influence what carry and possess?
How will new mobility patterns shape the built environment?
The MIT Autonomous Bicycle Project proposes that autonomous bicycles could serve as an alternative to current bike sharing models.