As British traveller numbers approach pre-pandemic levels, many have elevated expectations of the country’s airports, wanting the experience to provide relaxation and entertainment. So, how have people’s views around retail, technology, and accessibility while in transit changed?
The rise of remote working is reshaping cities, raising debates about the long-term consequences for public transport, urban amenities, and cognitive labour. Canvas8 spoke to Libby Sander, an internationally renowned expert on the workplace, about how new work realities could transform cities.
Under a rapid government push and the rise of local manufacturers, India’s young electric vehicle (EV) industry is set for a thriving future. That is, if it can ensure adequate charging infrastructure, standardisation, and consumer affordability. Here’s what else could make or break this space.
Australia is now witnessing a surge in adopting electric vehicles (EVs). As climate change and sustainability issues loom, Aussies are hungry to join the EV market. Everyone from the daily driver to the commuter is assessing their environmental impact, from suburban streets to remote highways.
E-mobility is arriving in Kenya on two wheels. Motorbike taxis, or boda bodas, are going electric in a bid to reduce air pollution and prompt EV adoption among the urban majority. How are Kenyan start-ups solving local issues, and what can they teach us about sustainable design?
Can EV infrastructure support mainstream breakthroughs? How will return-to-office policies affect public transit? And could local interventions support green mobility in neighbourhoods? In this chapter of the 2024 Expert Outlook, we speak to three experts about how people will get around next year.
Driving has been a core part of America’s global image for decades, with car ownership regarded as an aspirational goal. But is Gen Z as invested in autos as previous generations? We spoke to six young drivers about their anxieties at the wheel and what jump-starts their love for cars.
Between the cost of living crisis and the looming threat of climate change, many young adults are thinking twice about driving and the need to own a car. Canvas8 spoke to five Gen Zers from across the UK to find out what fuels their love for vehicles and what grinds their gears.
Why are people reconsidering what driving means to their lifestyle? How is automation going to reshape personal and public transportation? Why are people demanding elevated in-flight experiences? What eco solutions do people want from brands to drive sustainability in the transport sector?
Gen Y women’s changing needs and life stages are rewriting hustle-focused girlboss narratives of aspiration in favor of more intrinsic standards of success. How can luxury brands engage with them beyond tired, gendered stereotypes, especially as car purchases gradually shift online?