Facing a crisis in urban pollution and congestion, cities are reaching for new mobility models involving shared, electrified and automated vehicles that benefit the environment and society alike. To assist cities in implementing sustainable mobility initiatives, members of the World Economic Forum’s Autonomous and Urban Mobility portfolio have created a useful prototype governance framework. Maya Ben Dror and Michelle Avary, the portfolio’s lead and head, respectively, served as main authors of this informative white paper, with contributions from research and industry experts in America and Europe.
About the Authors
Maya Ben Dror and Michelle Avary are lead and head, respectively, of Autonomous and Urban Mobility at the World Economic Forum.
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