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Smart Cities: Mobility ecosystems for a more sustainable future

Smart Cities: Mobility ecosystems for a more sustainable future

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Navigating converging social, economic, and technological trends requires rethinking your ecosystems strategy.

After years of trial and error, municipal leaders are realizing that “smart” mobility strategies require more than just technology adoption. Real “smartness” means purposefully combining data and technology to create affordable, inclusive, safe, and sustainable mobility solutions that help people make better decisions and that deliver a better quality of life. Yet, for many leaders, the goal of fostering a truly smart city remains frustratingly out of reach.

We studied a sample of 28 cities worldwide and found that most municipal leaders are struggling in different ways to solve mobility challenges in five areas: congestion, environmental sustainability, affordability of public transit, road safety, and financing of infrastructure for so-called active mobility (e.g., walking and cycling; see figure below). The cities in our sample vary in terms of geography, land mass, population size, and stage of economic development as measured by per capita gross domestic product (GDP). We divided these cities into three broad categories of readiness.

Read the full report here.

Source: PWC

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