Creativity needed to meet the rising urban mobility challenges

François-Joseph Van Audenhove from Arthur D Little takes a closer look at what it will take for cities to optimise urban mobility developments

The mobility landscape is being reshaped, and urban mobility poses a massive challenge to metropolitan authorities and businesses – as well as great opportunities. The global demand for passenger mobility in urbanised areas is set to double by 2050. Meanwhile, the number of individual journeys taken daily has grown exponentially since 2015, putting increased pressure on existing urban mobility systems. Even larger growth is expected in the field of goods mobility, especially in dense urban areas, due to the increasing importance of e-commerce and the accompanying boom in demand for last-mile delivery.

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