A woman wears a face mask on the subway as the coronavirus outbreak continued in Manhattan, New York City

Smart mobility involves creating connected transport systems, which offer flexibility and efficiency. Smart mobility is a key component of growth in contemporary urban cities and can help visitors and residents have a more comfortable and enjoyable everyday city experience.
Mobility is a primary concern for cities striving to become smarter and more sustainable. Traffic congestion and pollution raise serious concerns, especially in large cities. Population growth, inefficient transportation systems, and urbanization are just some of the reasons today’s cities are notoriously difficult to navigate and travel around.
Some individuals are opting to travel around their city using alternative transportation options such as ride-hailing, carsharing and bike sharing, greenbelts and pedestrian paths connecting important parts of the city. Although these individuals are currently a minority, the emergence of smart city technologies and connected infrastructure suggests a future that is quicker, cleaner, more affordable, and safer.