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Zoe Eather

Year of Award: 2018 Award State: Queensland I.T. And Communications > General
Transport And Infrastructure > Urban Planning And Design
To accelerate the integration of "Smart Mobility" to enable more liveable Australian communities - USA, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Netherlands, Spain, UK, South Africa
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This report provides a snapshot of the current realities, conversations and observations from around the world as well as to provide a different lens on the current narrative of Smart Mobility from the experiences of Zoe Eather as she undertook her Winston Churchill Fellowship in 2019. 

It is written from Zoe’s view and in her words and is aimed to support Government Officials in this time of increasing uncertainty and pressure to make decisions about Smart Mobility, Cities and Communities. Although written for an audience of Government, everybody working in or with an interest in the future of transport and communities will learn something from this report.

It is intended to be a catalyst for more detailed investigation, discussion, research and analysis in targeted topics under the complex umbrella of Smart Mobility.

Zoe hopes this report will shift thinking about Smart Mobility to a conversation that does not lead with technology but rather a change in narrative to an integrated network that makes our communities, the places we work, live and play, more accessible, liveable and sustainable for all.

This report will provide the readers with a framework and a better understanding of:

  • what the global issues are;
  • what we aren’t talking about enough;
  • the conversations and observations around the world;
  • what is needed to Future Proof;
  • the Way to Go to Smart Mobility; and
  • what questions need to be asked along the journey

This report is aimed to support Government Officials start wherever they are and continue to ask questions and stimulate the right conversations because it’s both humbling and frightening to know that the world is united on this and we are all suffering with the complex issue of mobility. 


Keywords: Smart Mobility, technology, connectivity, population, public transport, holistic mobility, sustainable mobility, liveable communities, future proof

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