Living in the Mobility Transition


How will we move in ten, twenty, thirty years from now?
What forms of transport will we use?
How will our mobility choices reflect the need to combat climate change?
What impact will the decreasing availability of affordable oil have on our mobility options?

These are key questions facing governments at all levels as well as private transport providers, think tanks, innovators, social action groups and individuals. They are questions that take on different meanings and different answers across the world.

This blog accounts for a two year engagement with these issues in 10-14 countries around the world ranging from developed countries in the global north through emerging economies to the relatively impoverished and underdeveloped.

The project includes a team of six researchers including Tim Cresswell (Northeastern University, Boston), Peter Adey (Royal Holloway, University of London), Cristina Temenos (Northeastern), Jane Yeonjae Lee (Northeastern), Astrid Wood (Royal Holloway), Anna Nikolaeva (Royal Holloway) and Andre Novoa (Northeastern).

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