How is transport aiding equity? What is the future of clean mobility? And why are people hesitant about automation? In this part of the 2022 Expert Outlook, we speak to three experts about the ways in which people move around their built environments and how they are changing.
From e-scooters and e-bikes to shared ownership models, micromobility has become common. Hoping to tap this in Japan is Mitsubishi and Nissan’s eco ‘mini vehicle’. While mini transport previously appealed mostly to Japanese Older Adults, The Leaf's eco-credentials court a wider audience.
The pandemic was reason enough for people to get comfortable with e-commerce, and industries were scrabbling to create safe and satisfying online purchase journeys. Nissan@Home is a platform that aims to make it easy to build, test drive, and buy a car from the comfort of your couch.
Electric micro vehicles, such as e-scooters and e-bikes, are poised to transform urban mobility in the UK. With mental health challenges prevailing post-pandemic, can the high uptake of e-scooters by Gen Z reveal what young people value in their modes of transport as well as their lives in general?
From issues around congestion to air pollution, many Americans have been seeking more accessible and sustainable transport for their commute. Canvas8 polled 1,100 Americans and spoke to ten people to get their views on whether e-bikes and e-scooters are viable alternatives.