Revamped road networks would benefit micromobility

There remains a place for the private car in the city, but more space must be created for scooters, bikes and pedestrians. By Freddie Holmes

Micromobility is pivotal to the concept of integrated mobility, where different modes of transport are used in one trip. It is quickly becoming a crucial link between public transit hubs, with scooters and bicycles placed strategically outside bus and train stations as an alternative to walking, driving or taking a taxi to the next location.

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