Is walking the primary form of urban mobility?
Tomorrow’s urban mobility will be much like todays in that walking will continue to be an essential part of trips.
Within cities, most citizens walk at some point during the day, whether that’s to access key services or connect to their closest public transport stop. Approximately 80% of today’s trips can be made using a combination of walking, cycling and public transit options and in many cities that is already the reality or their ambition. In Hong Kong, for example, 90% of trips are made on foot or by public transport.