The Future of Mobility
The most compelling reason to think creatively about infrastructure is not the threat of losing it, or Kanter’s dire dollars-and-cents diagnosis. Rather, it is the hidden opportunities. A compelling call to action with hopeful and informed ideas, Move contains many promising examples of how leaders in the private and public sectors are “building the future of mobility.” Kanter envisions a future in which having fewer vehicles on the roads at any given time leads to less congestion and pollution, in which more corporate leaders from all sectors make investments where good business and the public good intersect, and in which better, more accessible public transport lifts people out of dead-end jobs !
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
Improving #public#transportation is the public’s priority … #IoT #mobility
Source:: Strategy & Governance