Tomorrow we may move around in a whole different way. In autonomous cars, faster and more ecological public transport, in the sky or underground… Everywhere, researchers promise us a very different future in terms of transport.
How will we travel in the future? Like them or not, electric bicycles and scooters are starting to spread in major cities. Fast, practical and environmentally friendly (when you don’t throw it into the sea), these “soft mobility” machines seem to herald a transformation in our modes of travel. But they are not the only ones. While in 2050, two out of three humans will live in cities, often living in megalopolises with more than 10 million inhabitants, here is an overview of the modes of transport of tomorrow.
It’s no secret that cities are saturated, crowded with cars. Energy-hungry vehicles, which pollute, contribute to increasing CO2 emissions, and participate in global warming, of which we are increasingly aware. Realizing that this situation is no longer tenable, elected officials and cities are trying, like Paris, to ban cars from the streets in the long term. Or in any case, traditional cars, running on fossil fuels (gasoline, diesel, natural gas)