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Changing Mobility

The proportion of mobility that is sustainable - considered to be the use of public transport, hybrid and electric vehicles and bicycles - has seen significant growth in Italy in recent years, albeit at levels below elsewhere around the world. Changes in how we use the urban environment will, in the long run, have a direct impact on the very shape of our cities, in part as a result of a new coordinated planning approach to urban territory and the different flows associated with various types of mobility. These flows are increasingly diverse, and partially driven by state and municipal incentives. Vehicle sharing networks - cars, scooters and bikes - are designed to encourage multimodal travel, especially in city centers, where more and more councils are restricting private vehicle access, while imposing softer restrictions on hybrid and electric vehicles. The transition to electric...

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