Mobility is one of the most critical components of urban health. How a city’s residents get to their places of employment, whether they get their safely, comfortably, and affordably, all figure into the overall economic wellbeing of a metropolis.
This report seeks to identify the most important aspects of mobility that make transit systems work, or not, and to compare them across 24 global cities.
The methodology behind this research is unique in its approach, in that it analyzes more than 50 statistical indicators, leverages geospatial data, surveys residents, and taps into the expertise of dozens of experts to present an authoritative picture of urban mobility.
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