A number of social, economic, and technological trends will work together to disrupt mobility, potentially creating three new urban models by 2030.

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50 urban areas – representing 500 million people – are incubators for innovation due to aggregation of income, population, government effectiveness, level of public-transit development, congestion and pollution. This new futures study has identified three mobility models that will disrupt the way we currently move in our daily commutes, errands and the way we travel.

The shift has already begun fueled by public and private sector partnerships in cities like Tokyo and Vancouver. Why is this important? Major population centers have the political power and critical mass to foment major culture change and transformation. What could this transformation mean for your business and company?