Sustainable mobility in the city of the future: Why city lights and headlights still match

For the first time in the history of mankind, more people are living in cities than in rural regions. In fact, 55 percent of the world’s population currently live in urban areas. And by 2050, more than two thirds of the world population is expected to reside in cities. But how will this trend affect mobility in the future? Which transportation concepts will cities need in order to handle the movement of so many people? And which role will the automobile play in all of this? At Daimler, Marianne Reeb deals with questions as such as part of her daily routine. We talked to her about her vision of the future.

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My name is Jules, I am English, now living in Kerry Ireland. For 30 years now I have been involved in Radio and Voiceover work, I am also a Singer, on my own where I provide a Neil Diamond Tribute, and also with a Wedding Band. The Sound Studio is equipped with Presonus and Rode Hardware, with Steinberg & NCH Software.

Sustainable mobility in the city of the future: Why city lights and headlights still match

Ein Artikel von: Daimler-Blog (Autor: Sven Sattler)

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