This event brought together experts from across the transport industry, London government and community and campaigning organisations to debate the future of London’s transport in light of recent technological developments. In particular, it explored what can be done to ensure new technologies and behaviours can be maximised while delivering London-wide benefits.
In this podcast. Mobility Planning Director, AMAT City of Milan, Valentino Sevino gives a keynote speech at "The Future of Transport in London" event with lessons from another city on how new technologies and behaviours can be delivered to maximise the public good.
Valentino Sevino, Mobility Planning Director AMAT: A keynote speech at "The Future of Transport in London" event
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