Urban movement is continuously changing. Electric vehicles, connected cars, optimized bicycle routes, autonomous driving and micromobility options are gaining traction in cities as they become connected to public transit. In the midst of the debates on the regulation of the newest forms of transportation, including universal safety standards, cities are struggling to redefine their urban mobility vision to adapt to this new scenario and plan ahead to achieve a seamless, multimodal and integrated mobility.
What kind of policies and planning decisions should the public sector establish to guide this transformation? How can we fulfill the promise of reducing travel time and saving money with environmentally-friendly options? How can governments introduce equity and accessibility into the transportation equation? What challenges remain to be addressed?