Pronunciation: tran(t)s-'Ã¤-l&-jE Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural -gies Etymology: Latin
transportare, from trans- + -logie -logy
1 : a field of design concerned with the interrelationship of mobility and the environment.
2 : the totality or pattern of relations between vehicles and their fundamental settings.
3 : the art of transfer or conveyance from one place to another by taking into account the
body and surroundings.
William J. Mitchell
CONTRIBUTORS TO WORK SHOWN:
Robyn Allen, Luis Rafael Berrios-Negron, Louis Basel, Lorene Gates-Spears , Patrik KÃ¼nzler , Yanni Loukissas,
Timocin Pervane, Raul-David Poblano, Peter Schmitt, Franco Variani
SMART CITIES GROUP WORKSHOP:
Wayne Cherry, James Glymph, James Gips, Betty Lou McClanahan, Ryan Chin, William Lark, Phil Liang, Daniel
Greenwood, Anmol Madan, Marcel Botha, Victor Gane, David Gerber, Susanne Seitinger, Tiffany Yang.