The world’s population is increasing and is continually on the move: by 2050, about two thirds of all people will live in urban areas. How can we shape the urban mobility of the future to make life in the city worth living? The required transformation in mobility can be seen more clearly in one of China’s megacities than anywhere else in the world —welcome to Shanghai. More than 24 million people live in the city. On Monday morning, the alarm clock rings in Shanghai just like everywhere else in the world. Only there, many more people are waking up. And then everyone has just one goal: to get from A to B quickly and with no hassle. In this case, 27-year old management assistant Lilian Zheng.