How Berlin is adapting its public transport for the urban mobility revolution

With CASE development thriving, Berlin is bracing itself for the next step-change in urban mobility. By Jack Hunsley

Urban mobility has transformed drastically over the last century. With today’s vehicles in many major capitals still operating on roads initially designed for the horse and cart, it is unsurprising to see many city centres struggling to cope with the demands of future mobility. For almost any city this a huge worry, but for those tasked with getting commuters from A to B in the German capital, that challenge presents itself on a much larger scale.

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