How to drive change in urban mobility

What’s the first thing you think about when it comes to urban mobility? There’s a multitude of options for moving around in cities – be it a bicycle, public transport, an e-scooter or your own pair of legs or wheels. In this section, we want to unravel the secret to making urban mobility more sustainable. It’s all about getting cars out of cities, promoting active travel (and by that, decreasing congestion, air pollution, and road fatalities), decarbonising city logistics, getting started on infrastructure improvements, and reallocating space to people. So, how do you want to get started?

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