Hong Kong | December 2, 2017
Urban spaces on the move: The future of human mobility
Regarded globally as one of the worst cities to live in for drivers, Mexico City’s car dependence problem is not going away. As car registrations grow faster than the birthrate in this city of 20 million, ongoing traffic issues will continue to have widespread impact on everything from the environment, to road safety, to economic growth. Our panel of experts and audience members came together to discuss how new technologies, sustainable innovations and contributions from the private sector have the potential to transform urban mobility in Mexico City.
The Allianz Global Explorer Micro-Conference Series brings together innovators, researchers, business leaders, soul searchers and curious minds from around the globe to explore how disruptive and innovative technologies can drive sustainable change in our urban spaces.