Mobility

Micromobility is clean and quiet — how can it be widely used?

E-scooters like these, and other forms of micromobility, are more quiet, more clean and often faster modes of transport than cars. Image: REUTERS/Nick Carey

Nikolaus Lang

Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, Global Advantage Practice, Boston Consulting Group

Andreas Herrmann

Director, Institute for Mobility, University of St. Gallen

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