Mobility

Israel’s 'smart commuting' shows what public transport could be like after COVID-19

Global cities are struggling with traffic and pollution. Could Israel have the answer? Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

Maya Ben Dror

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

Maya Azaria

Lead, Automotive and Autonomous Mobility, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Israel

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