3 ways transportation systems are adapting to the coronavirus crisis - and what we can learn

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Sandra Caballero

Project Specialist, Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum

Maya Ben Dror

Industry Manager, Automotive and New Mobility, World Economic Forum Geneva


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Over the coming months, the Global New Mobility Coalition (GNMC) will be looking into best-practices that would make our mobility system sustainable, and resilient. Image: Global New Mobility Coalition (GNMC)

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