Why mobility matters when it comes to social inclusion

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One of the greatest challenges facing cities today is keeping people moving. Research shows that when roadways provide a high level of mobility, then there is a general advance in prosperity and social inclusion. Mobility doesn’t just mean having more roads, trains, subways, bike paths and walkways. It means having them designed so the greatest numbers of people can comfortably and conveniently get where they want to go, in line with their personal preferences and taking account of any personal conditions that may limit them.


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