The transport of the future is versatile, accessible and great for our health. It is mobility that allows passengers to move cheaply and quietly through their communities. Our towns and cities offer bike or scooter paths, tree-shaded walkways, and fleets of electric buses or vehicles (some driverless) which allow passengers to move cheaply and quietly through their communities. Our long-distance travel leaves no trace, and our goods traverse the oceans with minimal damage.
These action areas are large, complex and interconnected. There are a number of key collective responses required to help shift the status quo. We have curated a list of those responses for you to explore linked to regenerative actions that you can take.
The list below is not yet comprehensive and the following are coming soon:
- Smarter planning and city design
Build cleaner long-distance travel solutions
This response focuses on emerging clean technologies and also addresses the ways in which we might rethink travel, and the importing and exporting of goods.
Embrace cleaner personal & public transport
This response involves an exciting rethink about how we move around our towns &cities. It explores transportation hubs where cars, buses & trains come together & link to walk-ways, bike & scooter paths, or emerging fleets of electric ride shares.