It’s time for mobility to be innovative and accessible. Here’s how

Those using wheelchairs have limited options for accessible buses, trains and ride hailing services. Image: REUTERS/Nolan Ryan Trowe - RC12AC77F200

Chul Park

Vice president of Open Innovation Strategy Group, Strategy & Technology Division at Hyundai Motor Company

Michelle Avary

VP, Government Affairs and Product Strategy, Einride


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