Valérie Bauwens, Patrick Genoud
Lessons Learned "I would like us to get closer to our citizens." This claim from the Geneva State Councillor in charge of mobility  in 2010 was the inspiration for our "augmented citizenship project" that we lead in the summer of 2013. We made our minister's wish come true by co-creating, with citizens, ideas translating the 2030 mobility vision for Geneva into concrete daily-life solutions. This innovative way of interacting with the public is uncommon in Switzerland. Therefore, before launching a large initiative, we decided to run a pilot project: The MobiLab project was born. Here, we show how…
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