- Date: 12/01/2023
Security experts were skeptical about the New York MTA’s switch to an OMNY tap-and-go system when it was first announced years ago.…
All experts agree on one thing at least: the mobility of 2021 can no longer be the mobility of 2030. Cities have to be there for people again, and not for cars. The fact that the transport sector is responsible for the highest proportion of CO2 emissions worldwide, at 24 percent, and that every motorist in Munich spends an average of 87 hours a year (or a good ten working days) in traffic jams shows that things cannot go on like this. But the solutions to these problems are already around the corner. The mobility of the future will be more diverse, more intelligent, more shared, and cleaner. ISPO.com reveals the five major urban mobility trends of the future. They show how we will move in our cities in just a few years.
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