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Ageing is changing the way we move. Japan shows how transport systems can adapt

In Japan, the period when people’s day-to-day mobility is restricted is getting longer, not shorter Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Takakazu Doi

Project Lead, Mobility Project, C4IR

Jonathan Soble

Editorial and Communication Lead, World Economic Forum, C4IR Japan

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