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As we write this Report in July 2020, large parts of the world are emerging from lockdown and slowly restarting the economy. City centers which have been eerily deserted are starting to show signs of life, but even with offices, restaurants and shops reopening, it is obvious that things are far from being “back to normal”. How long the recovery will take, what the new normal will look like, and what this means for our mobility systems remains unclear.
However, governments, transport authorities and mobility providers still need to prepare now for this uncertain future. With this in mind, UITP and long-term partner, Arthur D. Little, have conducted a study engaging with over 70 executives from 30 organisations (transport authorities, mobility solutions providers and professional bodies) across the world to understand better how mobility could evolve in the post-COVID world, and in particular, to identify new opportunities that are arising from the disruption caused by the crisis, despite its terrible impact on so many people.