New York, NY – June 17, 2014 – With more than half the world’s population now living in cities, and as the speed of urbanization continues to increase, urban mobility is fundamental to the ability of cities to work effectively. In this report we argue that friction in mobility will be reduced by mobile technologies and that this will unlock the potential of cities for both residents and visitors.
In this report, MasterCard Enterprise Partnerships worked together with the Future Foundation to explore challenges and opportunities facing cities around urban transit and travel. The report argues that smarter transit and travel solutions can bring enormous benefits to business and citizens. Principal Rachel Weinberger was an expert contributor.