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The end of innocence: helping shared mobility find its rightful place

Richard Dilks is chief executive of CoMoUK, the charity that promotes the social, environmental and economic benefits of shared transport. He was previously programme director for transport at the capital’s business lobby organisation, London First. Email: [email protected]

Richard Dilks, Mobility Matters
16 August 2019

 

I t is a truth (almost) universally acknowledged that someone new in a job can ask ‘stupid’ questions. Let us be charitable and call them innocent questions. Not only am I new to the job, I am also partly new to the sectors it seeks to sustainably grow. I have been taking this to mean I can be doubly, er, innocent. 

Nearly three months into my innocence, what are the standout points?

That there are many positives about shared mobility across the UK is one. New bike schemes are...

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