Envisioning The Future of Transport and Mobility System for Debesmscat using Futures Thinking

Authors : Raise Torm C. Dalanon; Michelle N. Abalayan; Randy D. Bello

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8188394

This study concentrated on the existing mobility and transportation situations and status of university commuters. It aims to address the transportation and mobility issues of students and employees at DEBESMSCAT which will look into the current transportation situation, infrastructure, policies, and guidelines, and will propose a plan to improve transportation and mobility. A survey of student commuters in the 2nd district municipality found that there are a variety of transportation modes available, and the mode used varies depending on the respondent's proximity to the DEBESMSCAT main campus. Commuters struggle with the distance from their residence to the school. Moreover, it is found out that the top priority is to maintain existing transportation infrastructure. Policies and guidelines are also important for the mobility of people inside the campus. The Galtung's transcend method and Dator's four future was used in envisioning futuristic scenarios 70 years from now has been applied to think of the plausible scenarios that innovates and creates idea for the present situation the campus has. This futuristic plan is a passageway that would leads to the transportation system and mobility enhancement. Preferred future should be used as a guide to plan the scenarios in contribution to the enhancement of DEBESMSCAT, the researchers recommend to use other futures to further deepen the future.


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