Improving multimodal mobility

It is estimated that six billion people will live in urban areas by 2045. To think that infrastructure centred on the solo car can serve everyone until then is utopian.

In order to manage the impending explosion of population and traffic in urban and peri-urban areas, cities will need political courage, entrepreneurial agility and the participation of their citizens. The objective for 2020 is to mobilize businesses, financial institutions and the private sector to rethink mobility by leveraging connectivity and digital technology.

KEY TOPICS

  • DIGITIZING MOBILITY
  • TECHNOLOGY FOR TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE
  • THE MOBILITY REVOLUTION 2.0
  • THE IMPACT OF NEW MOBILITY ON URBAN PLANNING