"Self-driving buses, ever-increasing flex workers, and rapid changes in rainfall and climate are just a few developments facing our rigid and inflexible public transport system. It's rigid because of strict concession and tender regulations that leave little space for adaptation and innovation.
However, the public transport systems could be a key to economic and resilient development. For these reasons alone, the public transport system is a pivot point for sustainable development. That's what this is about. What do we need to change, what critical trends play a role, and how do we take first steps towards actionable results?"