Exploring participatory visions of smart transport in Milton Keynes

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Valdez Juarez, Alan-Miguel; Cook, Matthew; Potter, Stephen; Langendahl, Per-Anders;
(2018)

This paper explores citizen concerns emerging in the design stage of MotionMap, a smart transport initiative developed in the context of a £16 million smart city programme. A city-wide sensing system integrated with other databases will provide real-time information abo... View more
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