Urban Mobility Manager, WRI China Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
Lulu is Urban Mobility Manager at WRI China Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. Lulu previously worked in the public and private sectors in both developing and developed countries, involving regional travel demand modeling, transit-oriented development, parking management strategies, and non-motorized environment evaluation. Lulu earned her master degree from MIT, where she focused on the human dimension in travel and land use planning. Prior to MIT, Lulu received a bachelor and master degree in GIS from Peking University, China. Lulu is a regular bicycle commuter and committed transit patron.
Advancing Equity-Centered Zero-Emission Delivery ZonesWorking with government, businesses and communities to study and implement zero-emission freight and other zones in cities.
Electric Vehicles on the Grid Simulator ToolEvaluating the EV load impacts on local grids
Integrating transport and land use planning in Qingdao, ChinaMobility strategies to accommodate rapid urban growth
Multimodal transport integration in Chengdu, ChinaImproving user experience and quality of service of public transport systems
NDC Transport Initiative for AsiaSupporting a holistic approach to decarbonizing the transport sector in Asia
Sustainable and Livable Cities InitiativeBuilding the foundations of our work with cities