Why the future of sustainability starts with mobility

COVID-19 has changed our attitudes towards modes of transport with both positive and negative environmental effects

Sandra Caballero

Project Specialist, Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum

Matteo Tanzilli

Government and Public Affairs, Helbiz


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How the number of visitors to transit stations during the COVID-19 pandemic
How the number of visitors to transit stations during the COVID-19 pandemic Image: Our World in Data

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