- The pandemic has produced a renewed focus on public space and transportation. There may be a new definition of public space after the pandemic and less trust of public transportation.
- There has been a renewed focus on sustainability and solving systemic issues within cities including equity, which the pandemic has unsurfaced.
Culture and arts activities and institutions, as well has the hospitality industry in Europe, have been devastated by the pandemic and have been closed for months. How long will it take to revitalise them and bring them back into the ‘life of the city’?
- The pandemic has undermined trust, especially in governments, however it has resulted in an increased empathy. This may lead to greater participation in civic life.
Future of City Lifestyles – Impact of Automation
Summary of the Future of City Lifestyles – Impact of Automation discussion from the previous consultation in January 2021
What are your thoughts on this topic? What do you think the solutions to this topic are as we move out of the pandemic?
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