The publication, edited by the regional development consultancy MDI and its partners RAKLI, Hypo, Kuntaliitto and Kuntarahoitus, analyses what traces the Covid-19 period has left on Finnish urban development, what the different scenarios of urban development will look like by 2035 and what measures the city needs to take in order to survive the pandemic. In order to succeed, Finland will continue to need attractive cities as drivers of development. Read more (in Finnish): https://www.mdi.fi/kaupunkipolitiikan-tiekartta/