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The next level of mobility

Portland Aerial Tram

Transport planning in cities around the world can be a challenge. Economies centred around urban areas continue to attract people seeking higher incomes and greater opportunities. The result tends to be more cars, buses, trams, bicycles, and pedestrians, each jostling for a finite amount of space.

Issues arising from heavy congestion, longer commuting times, loss of productivity, increased public spending and poor air quality also tend to be exacerbated by seasonal and extreme weather events. At the same time, the relationship between urban and transport planning remains critical for global cities, where competition for talent, tourism, business, and investment has continued to intensify.

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