MIC-HUB at the Urban Mobility Conference
You can change a city!
Several roads converge on Piazzale Loreto, and in the 1960s, with the arrival of mass motorization what was once a Milanese public space became a large traffic-dominated intersection, impenetrable to pedestrian and bicycle mobility, a huge crossroads with no public life. Piazzale Loreto is still a space that denies any form of urbanity.
The LOC Loreto Open Community project aims to profoundly reconfigure the role of the automobile by drastically reducing the area occupied by traffic, a process that allows 10,000 square meters of public space connected to the city to emerge through a dense network of new bicycle and pedestrian paths.
On April 7th, at the Urban Mobility Conference, Michele Montevecchi, Development Manager Nhood Services Italy, and Federico Parolotto, MIC—HUB Senior Partner, will tell how the LOC Loreto Open Community project aims to profoundly reconfigure the Milan junction into a public space connected to the city.