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Fifteen companies sign shared mobility principles

Fifteen of the world’s leading transport and technology companies have signed the Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities, pledging to prioritise people over vehicles, lower emissions, promote equity and encourage data sharing.

“In the last year, it became clear that city authorities and regulators were getting a lot of advice, from many different players,” Jyot Chadha, Director for Urban Innovation, Sustainable Cities, WRI India, told Cities Today. “In some sense, it is like the tail wagging the dog when it came to new technologies. The Shared Mobility Principles were developed in response to this confusion, to shift the narrative and bring the goals of a city back into focus and then to ask how technology can help.”

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