Today’s new urban populations expect a high quality of life at the heart of their urban experience. Improving the quality of life for city inhabitants is, however, challenging. Finding suitable land for infrastructure projects, developing community support, obtaining stakeholder consensus, securing financial resources, and overcoming restrictive protocols -- these are the challenges which professionals face. In the process, citizens want to be empowered to participate in designing their local surroundings. Recognizing these challenges, an international team of professionals has formed the International Institute of Sustainable Transportation, INIST. INIST will initiate, finance and define Urban Change projects on a non-profit basis, assisting in the transition from life based on fossil fuels to a sustainable future based on renewable energy and automated transportation for all.Read More!