How we will live in 2050

Part 1/6: How will we move in 2050?

Urban mobility is being transformed below ground, on the streets and in the air. We are presented by a range of technologies that are set to revolutionise how we travel across the megacities of the future.

This first chapter of our 2050 series investigates these different visions of the future, and the practical challenges in achieving them.

Supported by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group

Today’s start-ups and urban projects hint at the future of urban mobility

Public remain to be convinced before air taxis can hurtle over our heads

To go beyond short hops, big developmental jumps are needed

The country needs to build the infrastructure for its emission-reduction solution

Pedal power to take more goods to the customer, people to work and kids to the nursery

From pop-up hotels to space tourism, futurologists present their visions