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Mobility is Changing
How drones will revolutionize deliveries
Drones are now a reality in many cities — get used to it! As urbanization is expected to increase with the movement of people and goods around cities, drones are no longer a novelty — they are the easiest way to alleviate congestion.
The electric scooter revolution
Electric scooters are one of the most popular forms of micro mobility at the moment, with various scooter ride sharing companies cropping up globally. They are a cheap and environmentally friendly option for the first and last mile — and hey, they’re pretty fun too!
What does the future look like?
It’s optimized, connected, and sustainable
The use of data can help improve cities’ strategic decision-making and operational performance and mitigate inequalities, leading to more connected mobility.
Technology, data, infrastructure assets and the built environment have to connect people, places, and goods across all transport modes in cities.
Sustainability options are part of mobility investments and decisions to deliver a more livable city.
What is people-centric mobility?
How will you move?
Without stress, challenges, uncertainty.
Emerging new modes of mobility have the potential to provide more efficient and sustainable transportation options for people living in cities.