Whether it's getting to work, getting around town or going on holiday, mobility is an integral part of our daily lives. And just as our habits and attitudes have evolved over time, so has the mobility sector. Whether we're talking about cars, public transport or taxis, they're all undergoing a real revolution, both ecologically and technologically. The players are working hard to offer transport that is ever more environmentally friendly, but also better able to meet the needs of today's users. Here's a look at the latest initiatives that are shaping the mobility of tomorrow.
To (re)read the first part of this analysis, click here. Ever-more modern mobility The new technologies that have emerged in recent years now apply to many sectors, and mobility is no exception. It is now possible to take a seat in a car that moves without a driver. In Wuhan, for example...
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