Blog: Future mobility
Dave Leggett | 23 May 2013
How our cities will function in the future, with particular reference to the movement of people, is emerging as one of the big challenges ahead - particularly with the rising rate of urbanisation around the world and the creation of so-called 'megacities'. And of course, there's the potentially thorny question of how personal mobility and the car fit in.
I'm attending a Frost & Sullivan event on this subject in London next month (details here).
I have also come across a resource from Audi on this subject that surprised me for the breadth of the content therein. Well worth a browse and very far removed from the 'subtle propaganda' about the wonders of the brand that a cynic might expect to find.
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