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15/08/2018
Future of mobility consultation: Have your say

As part of the Future of Mobility Grand Challenge – a key element of the UK Industrial Strategy - Government is exploring how technology could transform transport in the future, making it safer, more accessible and greener than ever.

Travel around the UK could dramatically change in the future with the introduction of flying vehicles or widespread use of self-driving cars for example, all while data helps to delivers better journeys.

These ground-breaking developments are referenced in the Government’s Last Mile and Future of Mobility consultations, which were published on 30 July 2018.

These consultations fire the starting gun on the Future of Mobility Grand Challenge, which aims to make the UK the world leader in the movement of goods, services and people.

We are seeking views from across the nation to help us develop a Future of Mobility strategy that will make our transport infrastructure fit for the future, unlocking new jobs and economic growth by positioning the UK at the forefront of this technological revolution. 

>>>Have your say here<<<


The consultation will close on 10 September.

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