Three trends shaping the future of mobility in 2020

Cars are pictured in a traffic jam as activists and supporters of the group Extinction Rebellion attend a bicycle parade in a first wave of "civil disobedience" in Berlin, Germany, October 7, 2019.

Traffic congestion is one of the factors forcing us to rethink our approach to mobility Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

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