Solving future transport problems

A while back I participated in a transport survey over on LinkedIn.

The results have just come back and I thought I’d share them here, they make  interesting reading.

Encouraging public transport use is the top answer as you can see, I wonder how that will impact long haul deliveries? Some creative thought is needed here, what about long haul deliveries being able to take passengers? Would that make delivery transport become part of public transport and offset some of the high costs of delivery? This is theory, or creative thought taking place here.

What I have found particularly interesting is the demographics of the survey, all the participants are aged 30+

Has transport reached a point where it is so “unsexy” and so regulated that the younger generation doesn’t want to work in it?

What do you think? Can we solve future transport problems without the input of the generation who they will inflicted upon?


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