For the first time in history, more humans live in urban centers than in rural settings. One of the biggest challenges is to provide a satisfactory quality of life to those people, while making them economically productive. A big part of doing that involves moving people and things to where they need to be on a timely, cost-effective basis. What does this problem look like? What are the likely solutions? What threats and opportunities will present themselves as society strives to make urban mobility a reality? We’ll show you.This content is for TRENDS SUBSCRIPTION members only.
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