As urbanization accelerates, traditional ground transportation faces growing challenges. Flying cars, once a futuristic concept, are now becoming a tangible reality. This research project empowers undergraduate students to explore the network structures, economic implications, and traffic congestion dynamics associated with urban aerial mobility. The study aims to analyze the potential economic advantages of flying cars for urban mobility; study their impact on reduced travel times, enhanced connectivity, and their role in shaping future urban transportation systems; explore how the introduction of flying cars can alleviate or exacerbate traffic congestion in urban areas and assess the environmental implications and potential trade-offs of this emerging mode of transportation.


Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Area

Transport | Urban mobility

Research centre of Integrated Transport Innovation

At the end of this project, students will develop strong research skills, including data collection, analysis, and modeling techniques and gain a holistic understanding of the complex interplay between technology, urban planning, economics, and environmental factors in the context of urban aerial mobility.