April 28, 2021
When citizens are driving mobility, what’s the role of the city?
Urban mobility networks are traditionally the economic and social lifeblood of a city. They carry millions of people to and from work, social events and cultural amenities. They transport goods and waste. And if they’re quick, efficient and accessible to all, they positively affect the quality and equality of urban life. As cities grow, though, so do the needs and expectations of the people who live there – and mobility networks and infrastructure are struggling to keep up. However, around the world, cities are rising to this challenge. Urban mobility is transforming, and thanks to megatrends such as digitization and urbanization, citizens are at the wheel. An EY article provides details.