New forms of urban transport

The latest generation of urban transport is the eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft) air taxis, which will be a revolutionary tool in metro stations, and already many start-up companies are announcing their future air taxi plans. There is huge competition between companies to be the first to bring the new eVTOL to market.

Flying cars could revolutionise urban transport.

The city of Coventry, England, will start testing flying taxis and parcel delivery drones later this year. The £1.2 million project could help create the country’s first “urban airways.” The government has set up a central station from which test flights will be made to various locations in the city of 400,000 people. The task will be managed from the ground by a company called Urban-Air Port.

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