Summit

MULTIMODAL MOBILITY

MULTIMODAL MOBILITY

Infrastructure and urban design centered on personal vehicles have undergone increasing scrutiny in recent years. Mass transportation and collective transit, long thought of as viable solutions to congestion and air pollution, are suffering as a result of the current public health crisis. Changes in human behavior, new technologies and the need for sustainable mobility planning are now accelerating the transformation of existing transportation infrastructures.

To address public concerns regarding safe mobility, traffic congestion and environmental impact, cities will need political courage, entrepreneurial agility, technological innovation and the active engagement of the local community.

In addition, public-private partnerships must provide leadership in rethinking mobility as a multifaceted challenge impacting multiple stakeholders in different ways.