In this long-into-the-future scenario the Moon has been successfully terraformed, along with other moons in our solar system. Let's just assume economics, AI and human will have made it possible and the technology to achive and maintain atmosphere, an artificial magnetic field and other necessities like cozy temperatures exist, and all had about a thousand years or more to establish. Water from nearby asteriods is not a shocker to anyone anymore but rather on the daily delivery schedule.
People have been born here, they walk around freely, or there exists a neat, little device to make it possible. The moon has 1/6th of earths gravity and the atmosphere is dense enough to keep things like water in place.
So now my question evolves around movement in low gravity in this scenario:
- How does the 1/6th-gravity work out in daily life, how would people commute? Apart from walking and jumping like on clouds.
- And what inventions could evolve to improve travel and transport?
My ideas so far circle around wing-like gliders to run, jump and glide with, as well as something like one-person quadrocopters, and high-speed train tracks.