Successful Shared Mobility in Cities and Beyond


A bus in front of several checkmakrs

Cities are constantly looking to improve the quality of life for their citizens. New mobility (technology-enabled, on-demand and shared transportation options) has the potential to help cities reduce both carbon emissions and traffic congestion, thus improving the livability of cities. However, without the right smart city planning in place, new mobility could just as easily have the polar opposite effect, increasing carbon emissions and traffic. The right strategy touches on all aspects of public policy, which is, in and of itself, a significant hurdle for cities hoping to improve livability through new mobility.

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