Mobility is a basic requirement of modern society and a driver of innovation and growth. We examine how Berlin, Germany's largest city, can profit from intelligent mobility solutions.
In major cities, space is increasingly at a premium—and all forms of mobility make claims on it. Our new report, Urban mobility 2030: How cities can realize the economic effects, undertakes a case study of Berlin, finding 14,000 jobs could be generated by 2030 if the city positions itself as a lead market for urban multimodal solutions, promotes a local start-up culture, and attracts and grows talent in the most important growth segments in the new mobility value chain.
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