What’s Ahead for Urban Mobility?

Watch for urban transportation – cars and bikes – increasingly to be driven by the ideas of a “sharing economy,” with many people sharing either ownership or renting a means of transportation. The result will be fewer cars in cities and a more economic use of urban space and consumer resources, says Gary Survis, a Wharton lecturer and senior fellow at Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL).

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