Enhanced mobility is both an end that directly enhances well-being and a means to further human development and well-being. There is, however, a growing realization that sustaining even present levels of mobility, let along accommodating anticipated growth in demand, will require difficult tradeoffs. AGS research on mobility is extensive in moving towards understanding and reconciling these factors.

AGS mobility projects include:


  • Background Systems and New Technologies that Make Urban Transportation Work
  • Implications of Fuel Additives to Global Sustainability
  • Role of Innovative Technology for Promoting Sustainable Mobility
  • The Future of Mobility
  • Fundamental Patterns of Travel Behavior and their Policy Implications for Land-use, Congestion, and Air Quality