Qualcomm Urban Mobility Index: Considerations for 35 Global Cities for Future Urban Mobility

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Qualcomm Urban Mobility Index: Considerations for 35 Global Cities for Future Urban Mobility

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Where do we stand globally on the road to #sustainable urban mobility? Considerations for 35 cities http://bit.ly/2q6grgD @QualcommHalo
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 3:05pm

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The cities in which many of us live, work, and socialize are changing. There are now 28 megacities with populations of 10 million or more, and an additional 13 cities are expected to evolve into megacity status by 2030.

As anyone that lives or works in a major city can attest, rapid population growth can place extraordinary pressure on transportation networks. Roads are more congested, buses and trains become more crowded, and journeys take longer. If cities are to keep growing, city leaders must ensure that their citizens are able to travel freely and easily.

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