By Saim Saeed and Joshua Posaner | Tips to [email protected] and [email protected] | @saimsaeed847 and @joshposaner | View in your browser The daily Morning Mobility newsletter is a feature of Pro Mobility. From the technological evolution of the automotive industry to alternative fuels, connected networks and Brexit’s impact on the aviation industry and supply chains, Pro Mobility delivers the insight you need to keep on track. For a trial of the full-service including alerts, articles and a suite of policy information tools, email [email protected] mentioning ‘MOBILITY’. Thanks to Laura Greenhalgh, Hanne Cokelaere and Mark Scott. WHEELS AND WINGS: In our first Monday column, we’ll tackle why Morning Transport is now Morning Mobility. The last century has seen a series of revolutions in how people get around. From tunneling under London in the 19th century to the construction of vast highway networks through post-war Europe, transport has never stood still. But the pace is change is accelerating, and the industry and its regulators are being forced to respond. What’s new is that the paradigm is about combining everything from bike sharing to intercontinental flights to make the journey from A to B as seamless as possible. Companies are no longer… Read full this story
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