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Covid stopped much of the transport and travel industry in its tracks, so how is the sector responding as the world opens up again? The Future of Transport & Mobility 2021 report explores how town planners are charting the commutes of tomorrow, how a wounded aviation industry is tackling decarbonisation and how mechanics are upskilling to take on electric vehicles.
King of the Road: The Car Reigns Supreme
Despite the ongoing campaign for sustainability and a plethora of public transport options, from hydrogen-powered buses to e-scooters, we Brits still love our cars. So, as car ownership increases and driving continues to be our favourite way to get to work, what options are there for the automobile lover who wants to be a little greener?
Some of the topics covered in this report, include:
Electric vehicles pose challenge for automotive repairs
As more British drivers switch to electric vehicles, are garages and mechanics ready for the change?
Transport planners plot route through the unknown
The pandemic has turned the commute on its head and raised difficult questions about the future for transport modelling.
Charting a route to truly accessible transport
Navigating public transport can be a challenge for people with disabilities, particularly during the pandemic. How should service providers respond?
Aviation confronts its emissions challenge
Aircraft manufacturers are making progress with innovative decarbonising technologies, but commercialising these will be far from simple.
Read the full report here: Future of Transport & Mobility 2021