Mobility of the future - Ownership vs Access
With the rise in demand for more flexible car ownership models, how will this change impact our mobility systems and how we design our cities?
Over the past century, private car ownership has been pivotal to how cities have evolved, allowing access to increased employment, education, and recreation opportunities.
Today, driven by new technologies and lifestyle preferences, the market for transport vehicle ownership is changing. With an increasing demand for options to access cars without needing to own one, Mobility as a Service offerings (including shared user models and shared vehicles/technologies) are set to become commonplace. But what needs to be improved for greater uptake and what impact is this going to have on our mobility systems and its users?
Moderated by Daniel Conley, join us as we discuss this topic in a uniquely interactive event, where you’ll be invited to participate in the conversation with experts from the mobility field.
Following the event, you’ll have the opportunity to network with the panelists and other members of the ecosystem.
Andrew Fragos - Founder Behave and Save
Charisse Thompson - Senior Manager, Insurance Strategy and Innovation at RAA
Tom King - Associate Principal at Arup
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