Rethinking urban mobility: three questions that will shape the future of transport in cities

Cities are a magnet for people as centres for jobs, economic activity and innovation, and urban mobility systems lie at the very heart of what makes cities attractive and viable. However, urban transport is facing an urgent set of challenges as a number of social, technological, economic, environmental and political impacts place further stress on already straining systems. Rethinking Urban Mobility was produced by Arup as part of the Interchange programme at London Transport Museum, in collaboration with Gowling WLG and Thales UK. The view of over 60 transport regulators, academics, data providers and consultants around the complexity of changes in the transport sector were gathered to produce the findings.