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Introducing Mobycon Academy: A new way to learn with us!

Since April we have been sharing our expertise and knowledge with you through our Mobycon Webinar Series. It has been such a rewarding experience that we’re now stepping things up to bring you even more interesting and interactive sessions. Introducing Mobycon Academy – a new way to learn with us!

Officially launching today, Mobycon Academy is an online, subscription-based platform, featuring new webinars, exclusive Q&A sessions, digital study tours, interviews with special guests, and plenty of additional, specialized content each month. Offering varying subscription levels based on your learning needs and budgets, there are lots of ways to keep connecting with us digitally.

Join us Wednesday, November 11th, for our first webinar, The Good Street Part 1: From past to present, the evolution of balancing place and mobility, the first of 3 episodes delving into the concepts and ideas contained in The Good Street, better known in Dutch as Verkeer in de Stad, developed for the ANWB. Subscribe to Mobycon Academy to access this and all future content.

Building upon our existing consulting work, Mobycon Academy allows us to connect with all of you, no matter where you are in the world, sharing expertise and knowledge from our diverse team. Our ever-expanding offering of digital learning tools cover broad topics including Dutch design, policy, and planning, Sustainable Safety, as well as more fine-grained knowledge on specific design details and how to apply them in a local context in any community.

We’re excited to be delivering new ways to engage with you, and look forward to sharing everything Mobycon Academy has to offer!

Melissa Bruntlett

‘I believe that to create cities that work for every one, you have to tell a great story. Promoting multi-modal transportation to a mainstream audience means sharing the stories of the people who benefit from making communities more walkable and bikeable, and showing what is possible if we rethink the way we design our streets and public spaces. I strive to inspire people to create places where children can flourish, and where the simple act of moving through their city is a safe, simple, and enjoyable act.’

International Communications Specialist