Lakshya Pandit is an urban mobility researcher and holds a Ph.D. in Urban Design and Planning from the Technische Universität Darmstadt. His research focused on measuring multimodal accessibility through urban spatial configurations in the Rhein-Main area.
Previously he was associated with the LOEWE research cluster “Infrastructure-Design-Society” / project-mo.de, where he carried forward research and publications within the domains of urban mobility and accessibility. He has collaborated on projects with the national and city authorities including the City of Frankfurt focusing on the Mainkai riverfront, where the results supported the application of new cycle lanes. Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in India, he and his team contributed to the first on-site audit reports for barrier-free accessibility in New Delhi Airport, Railway Station, and other public infrastructure buildings through the Accessible India Campaign. At Rupprecht Consult, he is a Collective and Intelligent Mobility team member.