The way that people get around cities is changing dramatically. Digitalisation and autonomous driving will increasingly affect traffic and our mobility behaviour. How will multimodality develop given the increasingly networked nature of transport systems? Which of the new services will prevail? What role does Smart Mobility play in our cities and rural areas?
The transport of people and goods contributes to a great extent to greenhouse gas emissions. The transport sector’s emissions continue to grow compared to those caused by households and industry. Limiting the emission of harmful greenhouse gases in the transport sector represents one of the greatest challenges of our time.
Managing commercial transport is one of the most multi-faceted key challenges in the transport sector. This is where elementary needs for supply and exchange meet with the negative effects on the environment and society.
When it comes to sustainability, we primarily think of environmental protection and the conservation of valuable resources. However, we should also bear in mind that these measures cost money. Decision-makers have the difficult task of investing in future-proof solutions, while ensuring that access to mobility remains affordable for all users.