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Arthur D. Little
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melinda matyas
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Urban Mobility
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Future of Urban Mobility, Towards networked, multimodal cities of 2050

Management consultancy Arthur D. Little’s (ADL) new global study or urban mobility assesses the mobility maturity and performance of 66 cities worldwide and finds most not just falling well short best practice but in a state of crisis. Indeed it is not putting it too strongly to say that many cities’ mobility systems are standing on a burning platform and if action is not taken in the very near future they will play a major role in slowing the growth and development of their host nations.

What is needed is innovative change. This report highlights what is holding them back, showcases best practice and identifies three strategic imperatives for cities and three clusters of future business models for mobility suppliers that will enable cities to meet the urban mobility challenge.