Mobility

Transport's future is integrated. But how do we get there?

Seamless Integrated Mobility will see buses, trains and autonomous cars working in sync to reduce congestion Image: Reuters/Joe White

John Moavenzadeh

Head of Mobility Industries and System Initiative, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC

Scott Corwin

Managing Director and Chief Strategic and Commercialization Officer, Deloitte U, Deloitte

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A self-driving electric minibus, right, on a test drive in Paris. Image: Reuters/Charles Platiau

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