World Economic Forum: Three ways transport systems are adapting to coronavirus
At times of emergency, we all realize just how important the seamless urban movement of goods truly is. People need a study supply of food, medical supplies and emergency goods with minimal delays or restrictions. Mobility service providers’ (MSPs) responses to COVID-19 have shown us that with the right blend of mobility options and through public-private partnerships, people can travel safely to where they need to go, and deliveries can be made on time.
While in the past years we have seen the rise of mobility as a service (MaaS) notions, the COVID-19 pandemic has served as an opportunity for the MaaS ecosystem to solidify and demonstrate its value.
This article from Sandra Caballero and Maya Ben Dror of the World Economic Forum set out lessons to be learned about the rapid response of new mobility systems to the coronavirus.
Read the article here.