In Indonesia, a kampung kota (urban village) is a compact, mixed-use neighborhood within the larger city. These neighborhoods, made up of everyday working people, are often overrun by motorcyclists as a shortcut to reach their destinations, disrupting sidewalks and the local environment. If designed properly, however, motorcyclists' paths could become the backbone of a new urban mobilization system. During this webinar, ITDP Indonesia will review the launch of “Kampung Kota Bersama,” a community-based planning and design approach to transform Jakarta’s urban villages to pedestrian and cyclist-friendly environments. Through the success of one kampung in North Jakarta, Kampung Kota Bersama will be replicated and adopted in over 144 urban villages around the city.