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Is this the beginning of a micromobility revolution?

October 09, 2020

Stantec’s business centre leader, Elliot Alfirevich, speaks with Property Council of Australia about the future and growing demand of micromobility devices being used in cities

COVID-19 is changing mobility forever. As commuters remain hesitant to step back on mass transit, alternative forms of transport are taking off.

Not all of these transport options are high-tech. The independent online platform COVID Mobility Works, for example, lists almost 550 new mobility responses across 245 cities, from pop up bike lanes in Berlin to automated walking signals in Brisbane to a 50 kilometre city-wide speed limit in Bogotá.

But momentum for micromobility devices is growing, says Stantec’s business centre leader in Western Australia, Elliot Alfirevich.

Read full article in Property Australia.

  • Elliot Alfirevich

    A senior electrical project engineer, Elliot is adept at managing the integration of innovative technologies and techniques in a variety of sectors.

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