The future of Urban Mobility
The average commuter spends hours stuck in traffic every year, creating considerable personal and societal costs. Here’s how technological change and innovation, coupled with new transportation capacity, can help reduce global gridlock.
Incredible innovations within the transportation sector are being driven by the growing recognition that cars, once synonymous with freedom and ease of mobility, have become a victim of their own success. In cities around the world, congestion is undermining mobility, imposing huge costs not just on commuters or people out to run a simple errand but on society as a whole.