The huge contribution that well-functioning, fully integrated transport networks have in boosting the competitiveness of our cities and regions has long been underappreciated. Yet spending money on infrastructure is one of the most effective ways of creating jobs and long-term prosperity. Mobility is fundamental to the everyday functioning of a city and underpins wider economic performance in the broadest possible sense.
In a world of rapid urbanisation, ageing infrastructure, population growth and climate change, cities and city leaders face enormous pressure to meet today’s mobility challenges. However investing in improved and sustainable transport will give cities enhanced productivity, attractiveness and overall quality of life.
Where do 100 of the world’s leading cities rank for the sustainability of their urban mobility networks? And where does the UK stand?
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