We need a paradigm change to organize future mobility: What is missing?
In our Executive Roundtable "Future of Mobility" with top representatives of all stakeholders of urban mobility, we have discussed how to organize the paradigm change for the mobility of the future.
One thing is clear: the elements for an innovative and high-performing transportation system exist already. However, which cards are still missing in the game? Inspired by impulse presentations of the participants and roundtable discussions we found several answers:
- Radical reorientation of regulations is required to bring new mobility initiatives successfully on track
- New types of cooperation between different disciplines and industries are required – the new mobility is interdisciplinary
- Travelers themselves should play a stronger pull function – to demand and use these new initiatives
We at Arthur D. Little believe that the next generation of mobility can be made possible and we feel obliged to contribute and drive the transformation to urban mobility of the future.