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How can we make urban mobility more user-friendly, sustainable and effective?
Urban mobility is the backbone of a city, as it enables people to access vital spaces for work, education and leisure. As rapid urbanization continues to intensify pressure on infrastructure and services, cities are faced with growing challenges.
Vehicular congestion has increased in cities that were not designed to handle the present volume of traffic, resulting in 46% of commuters to urban centers seeing their commute times increase over the past five years2.
Underbanked and unbanked individuals often struggle with the costs of using public transport and therefore may lack access to a transportation network that is needed for economic opportunity.3
Benefits of Tackling The Challenge
Future Ready Cities are simplifying access to urban transit with digital payment systems to provide contactless entry with a card or mobile device.
Continuous data insights
Increased digital and financial inclusion
Cities in Action
2Visa, The Future of Transportation Mobility in the Age of the Megacity, 2019
3Visa, Transforming Urban Mobility, 2020
4Visa, Transforming Urban Mobility, 2020