Four Notes on the Future of Mobility
We are experiencing a fundamental shift in the history of transport: the end of the dominance of the privately owned motorcar. This shift does not mean that cars will disappear. But it does mean that, among transport users, new needs and expectations are being created as they increasingly look at the wider benefits that transport systems offer. For planners, the challenge is how to navigate these new perspectives.
We don’t know, yet, how this change will play out. But there are a number of design principles which can help to inform the discussion about the future of transport.
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This report was published in APF Compass and was written by Joe Ballantyne and Pen Stuart. Kantar Futures is an organisational member of the APF. This article is based on a presentation given to the Singapore Land Transport Authority.