What’s needed to help people overcome hesitancy and preconceptions about EVs? Why are people looking for calmer, greener, and more walkable city centres? How are people re-evaluating car ownership? Who are the new commuters demanding greener and more pleasant journeys to work?
Enthusiasm for electric vehicles is rocketing, yet charging remains a pain point for owners and a persistent barrier for those interested. How can manufacturers, governments, and utility services co-create practical solutions to address this challenge and galvanise a mass shift towards EVs?
With the pandemic and climate concerns changing urban travel habits, people are looking for seamless and green transport options. Through various partnerships, TIER, the world’s largest multimodal micromobility operator, is tapping sustainable standards and safety innovations to remodel city life.
US-based ridesharing service, Turo, has become a key player in the shared-mobility sector by providing a quick and convenient way to rent cars in cities across the US, UK, Canada, and Germany. How can transport services and ride-sharing meet demands for efficient and sustainable ways to get around?
Identifiable only by their spotlessness and security staff, it can be difficult to know when you’ve entered one of the growing number of privately owned public spaces across the UK. How do these areas fit into people’s everyday lives? And how might they evolve to become greener and more welcoming?