But then: traffic jams, chronic lack of parking space, crowds everywhere – in constantly expanding cities all around the world, is it realistic to be talking about traffic flow? Yet it is the result of stress and hectic activity, smog and increasing health risks, as well as declining quality of living, life and work.
”The city of the future is clean, safe, worth living in, friendly, quiet and smart.Cosimo De Carlo, CEO EDAG Group
Does the city of the future really look like that? Or will it be 'smart' too?
It's time for a new way of thinking and for new mobility concepts that benefit everyone and are fun at the same time.
It's time for a real game changer.
INDIVIDUAL TRANSPORT IN METROPOLISES –
MOTOR AND BRAKE OF EVERYDAY MOBILITY
1 Infas | BMVI
2 Potsdam Institute for Climate Research
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