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Cycling Gets A Lift From the Coronavirus

Commuters are shifting gears from crowded trains and buses. Cities should look to Amsterdam and Helsinki for ways to promote biking.
Guillaume Thibault
Guillaume Thibault
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Guillaume Thibault is an advisor to major aerospace, rail, and public transportation players and works on mobility strategy and solutions for smart-city projects worldwide. A consultant with Oliver Wyman for 15 years, Guillaume has contributed fundamental research on how autonomy and the deployment of other disruptive digital business models in mobility are likely to impact industry and society. He has written extensively about European industrial policy, digitalization, and globalization and holds degrees from ESSEC Business School and Sciences-Po Paris.
Guillaume.Thibault@oliverwyman.com

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