Joseph Losavio

As Manager for Ecosystem Engagement & Development for Global Cities at Mastercard, he manages engagement for City Possible, Mastercard's global city cross-learning and solution development network. Prior to that, he was a specialist in infrastructure technology on the Cities, Infrastructure and Urban Services team at the World Economic Forum's Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and also worked for several years at Altria Group. He holds dual bachelor's degrees from the University of Southern California and a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

The novel sinergies in mobility for tourists and residents

As the first post-COVID summer travel season winds down, have destination cities learned to build back better? Here is how innovative services for visitors can improve the quality of a smooth and resilient day-by-day transportation network for residents too

Autonomous busses: a trump card for more livable cities

A new option in public transport systems, which provides unexpected ways to integrate and interconnect with existing mobility infrastructure and neighborhoods

Cities as platforms, Mobility as a Service: stories from three capitals

Mobility as a Service is the new way to conceive transporation networks leveraging apps, data, and connected devices to provide an integrated access to public, private and shared travel modalities. Three examples from Berlin, Sidney and Denver