Mobility

Innovation in mobility payments is keeping people moving while protecting the planet

New mobility payment schemes in California allow un- and under-banked people to access the Metro system. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Hannah Keyes
Project Fellow, Global New Mobility Coalition, World Economic Forum
Jamie Wylie
Project Lead, Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum
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