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Partnering to deliver connected infrastructure

Partnering to deliver connected infrastructure

Uncover how can we build the infrastructure and frameworks necessary to seize its inherent opportunities?

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Gary A. Webster

National Leader, KPMG’s Infrastructure team and Head of Capital Projects Leadership

KPMG in Canada

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The future of mobility pivots on our ability to form new alliances and lasting collaborations. That is why, on the path to Mobility 2030, both public and private sector stakeholders must think beyond how physical assets are traditionally managed. They must explore partnerships that will help them contribute to seamless, accessible, and multi-modal mobility experiences.

Why are these partnerships critical to shaping the future of mobility? What do they look like? How do they start? Join the discussion in Partnering to deliver connected infrastructure, as KPMG's Lindsay Wright and Jamie Cameron discuss:

  • The shape of mobility partnerships: Including data-sharing opportunities between city planners, mobility as a service (MaaS) providers, and industry trailblazers; and collaborative approaches to innovation.
  • New working paradigms: How cross-sector partnerships will reshape transit delivery models, investment strategies, and the innovation process.
  • Making peace with experimentation: Creating an ecosystem that encourages collaborative experimentation – even if it means the occasional failure.

Learn more about the importance of making connections in the future of mobility. Download our Partnering to deliver connected infrastructure report or contact Lindsay Wright and Jamie Cameron.

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