Connected Society 17 September 2018 Marianne Weinreich
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The movement of people ensures that our cities thrive and grow. But as the world’s population increases, and globalisation and urbanisation continue to intensify, we will have to transport an ever-greater amount of people in and between cities.
Overloading transportation systems results in congestion, air pollution and global warming. There is a need to rethink how we deliver transport services and shift to low-carbon modes of transportation such as trains, buses and bicycles.
Getting from point A to point B is something most people face every day. And it’s the movement of people that ensures that our cities and nations thrive and grow. As the world’s population continues to grow and as trends such as globalization and urbanization continue to intensify, we will have to transport an ever-greater amount of people in, and between, cities.
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