Sarono – Only about twenty present, no official trader, in the evening Sustainable mobility organized by the municipal administration during bike week.
However, all subjects were of great interest in the city: from 30 to pedestrian zones. From creating bike paths with the impact of choosing a city for pedestrians and bikers on businesses compared to those that live on cars. Without neglecting the economic and environmental aspect.
The appointment, Thursday 15 September at 9 pm in the Hall of Aldo Moro, was on paper containing all the elements to attract Sarones’ attention: an intervention Andrea Benigni, President of Confesercenti Milanwhich has closely followed the initiatives leading the Lombard capital to adopt mobility solutions – cycling, but not only – and mobility consultant Franco Casale anticipates interventions that will soon be implemented across Rome and across Milan for bike commuting.
However, there were about twenty present, including many professionals like FIAP President Stefano Gusto and that from Travel Committee Tpl knot Saronno Andrea Mazzucotelli. over the speakers table Mayor of Augusto Airoldiwhich reaffirmed the city’s vision “present in our electoral platform” with more sustainable mobility on the ecological front and a dynamic.
Casale emphasized that Benigni is not a “cycling enthusiast” but merely an “insider reporting results obtained through targeted interventions”. After all, the president of Confesercenti (who admitted not using the bike for years but mainly moved on foot in Milan) was the hero of a short interview in which he talked about various initiatives implemented in Milan “especially in the Buenos Aires region” telling us about 30 regions, routes Bicycles, bike sharing in hotels and commitment are also at the forefront of rack locations too for the safety of those who use the bike path and want to “find their bike”. “It is important that there are interventions to support different mobility – as Benigni concluded – we had to work to raise awareness in the city, the citizens and the merchants as well as the administration but now no one, not even the merchants, will actually return to the future of the Buenos Aires area will be pedestrians. It is clear that this path must be supported by targeted interventions and “this is not possible in all areas of the city but is necessary. Where possible, this transition to sustainable mobility is essential to ensure a different experience that makes the city’s proposal competitive in relation to malls. A city will never be more car friendly than a specially built shopping mall with a large parking lot but its strength lies in offering a different experience by starting to be more livable.”
After attending the Cassali Bicycle Tracks Project (As mentioned in the previous bowling alley in July) some interference onThe importance of changing mindset of the city and the need for it Education of citizens and administrators (This category is also absent, like merchants) Even the potential for sustainable mobility without forgetting the NRP challenge. “At the moment, no money has arrived on the mobility front – explained Casale, recalling those related to culture and sports already acquired for the city – but we are ready with joint projects with neighboring municipalities to ensure continuity and efficiency that was not there in the past. “It was from any time ago”.
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