COVID-19 changed the way a whole lot of us get around, and some of those changes look to be permanent–or, at least, have permanent effects on our transportation preferences and systems. TechCrunch this week asked 10 top mobility investors where they see the future of mobility heading, and they had a lot to say.

“They see opportunities within software, particularly around mobility-as-a-service ventures and fleet management, continued demand for delivery, and the push for electrification and batteries as well as the financial instrument — SPACs — that so many startups turned to in 2020,” says the report.

From electrification to micro-mobility to the priorities they hope will be set for transportation by the Biden administration, the panel shared their thoughts, many of which are relevant to IPMI members. Read the whole thing here.