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Arnaud Passalacqua

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Arnaud Passalacqua is a Professor at the Paris School of Urban Planning (Lab'URBA/LIED), he specializes in mobility issues, with a long-term approach and trans-disciplinary concepts (public space, innovation, energy, collective representations, transnational movements...). His work focuses on various transport systems (urban transport, high-speed rail, etc.) in Western urban contexts.


Projects with the Forum

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Carbon rationing for work-related trips? Clarifying an idea for public policy

Arnaud Passalacqua, Nicolas Fourmont, Maxime Huré, Antoine Lévêque, Emmanuel Munch , Emre Korsu, Florent Le Néchet, Marie-Hélène Massot, Philippe Poinsot

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Towards a local experiment in travel-based carbon rationing

Arnaud Passalacqua, Master Energie Université de Paris

Rationing carbon emissions for travel: a promising alternative to the carbon tax?

Arnaud Passalacqua, Workshop Master AIED University of Paris

ImagineTrains

Hanja Maksim, Max Bergman, Zinette Bergman


Publications with the Forum

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Does free transport work?

Philippe Duron, Arnaud Passalacqua

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Imagined mobilities

Arnaud Passalacqua, Allen Batteau


Other publications on Mobile Lives Forum

Rationing carbon emissions for travel: a promising alternative to the carbon tax?

Arnaud Passalacqua, Workshop Master AIED University of Paris