Urban Mobility, before and after
What will cities of the future look like?
Sustainable, safe and accessible. This is how cities will be in the near future if we accelerate the process of changing the mobility paradigm.
The ultimate goal is to guarantee a safe, zero-emission, zero-noise system.
The city as a polluting mega-city ends, making way for more green spaces, more pedestrian-friendly mobility and the insertion of electric mobility in everyday life and public services.
In the smart cities of the future, the role of mobility is essential and goes beyond vehicles per se, incorporating collaboration between the public and private sectors and prioritizing sustainability, inclusion and technology, etc.
Three key points for urban mobility in smart cities
Performance and adaptive capacity
This consists of reducing congestion and travel times, improving road and infrastructure maintenance, and expanding the transport offer.
Vision and leadership
Urban mobility requires innovation, coordination and direction.
Long-term planning and coordination between stakeholders is essential for the development of mobility in smart cities.
Service and inclusion
Urban mobility must be accessible to all citizens.
Good availability, affordable prices and reduced waiting times for public transport will allow for a better matching of sustainable mobility to the needs of the population.
Based on these three key points, we can ensure sustainable urban mobility that is compatible with the vision of smart cities of the future. A new city model is only possible if we all cooperate.