The Covid-19 pandemic is an opportunity to shape more sustainable, resilient and human-centric urban mobility systems with many cities and transit authorities primed and ready to embrace the challenge, a new study presented by the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) and consultancy Arthur D Little has found.
In The Future of Mobility post-Covid, the authors engaged with 70 leaders and top executives from more than 30 organisations, ranging from transport authorities, mass transit operators, “new mobility” providers and professional bodies. The participants shared views on the impact of the crisis, actual and planned responses as well as insight on the longer term.