The World Economic Forum (WEF), a not-for-profit organization tasked with bettering the planet, has put forward a draft framework to help cities accelerate the uptake of shared, electric and autonomous transportation options.
The Shared, Electric and Automated Mobility (SEAM) Governance Framework outlines a four-step process that can be adjusted to suit different urban environments. It illuminates best practices in the development of SEAM governance and suggests both short- and long-term goals for any pilot projects using the framework.
WEF will set up a task force referred to as the Global New Mobility Coalition, which will focus on SEAM and will help support any cities interested in adopting the framework.
To read more about the prototype SEAM Governance Framework, click here.