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Urban Mobility trends

As we deal with COVID-19 and social distancing, personal mobility is key to getting outside. Have you noticed that many bike stores are sold out, as commuters move from congested public transit to electric bikes that can cover 50 km commutes, and families look for healthy exercise.


Many cities and countries are redefining urban mobility by widening sidewalks, restricting car access, supporting Mobility As A Service offerings, and re-purposing asphalt to transition to public transit and personal mobility devices (including electric bikes, and electric scooters). Five key insights - Read more ...

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