Just a few months ago, cities all over the world were in the midst of a Mobility renaissance. New forms of shared and connected Mobility were taking root, augmenting overburdened public-transit systems and offering convenient, eco-friendly alternatives for commuting and urban travel. The fact is, the need for new modes of Mobility has not changed and neither has their social or environmental value. Reliable, accessible, and affordable transportation that minimizes environmental impacts is still a critical need. Throughout this session, we will explore different projects that Seat is developing in the area of micro-Mobility, as well as how these operators help cities keep moving during and after the Covid-19 and how these services could be the key to an environmentally-friendly economic recovery
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