The changes taking place around us will radically change our ways of moving around. The car will still be there for many years, but along with other means of travel. We are entering an era of diversity and flexibility.

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Cycling Boost

The cycling boost: a post lockdown trend or a permanent one?

During the crisis, visible positive environmental changes have been highlighted: decrease of greenhouse gas emissions, reduced congestion, and reduction of noise pollution among others.

However, this important crisis has also had an impact on city dwellers’ behaviors and expectations: people clearly expressed their wish for healthier lifestyles, one of them being an interest in active mobility and in particular cycling.
Public actors express this important interest in a more sustainable and greener future too, at different levels: European Commission, Governments and Municipalities.

Governments in the EU and in the UK combine economic stimuli with green policies. Beyond these economic stimuli, it is also a question of infrastructures to ensure dwellers safety.

Discover more in this article.

Wed 16/09/20
The 15 minute city

The 15 minute – city

Today, 58% of the world’s population live in urban areas, a proportion that is forecast to increase to 70 % by 2050. This situation generates a lot of challenges such as air quality concerns, congestion, hours lost in traffic (around 163 hours per driver in Paris in 2019), time that could be  spent doing other activities…. All these concerns are increasingly emphasized after the lockdown period. 
More sustainability, a greener environment in the cities are the strong targets that all urban ecosystem strive for. Public and private actors work together in this direction. In our recent video, we have explained that Mobility as a Service could be one of the solutions.
However, would it be a question of thinking the city not in term of city planning but in term of urban life planning?  That is what the concept of the “15 minute- city” is developing. 

What does it mean?

Mon 07/09/20
Mobility as a service: Why, How, Where?

Mobility as a Service: Why, How, Where?

Mobility-as-a-Service, known as “MaaS”, is the integration of various forms of transport services into a single on-demand service through the use of a single application with a single payment channel. The goal of MaaS is to connect multiple mobility modes into a seamless accessible system, driven by demand and data.

Mobility as a service: Why, How, Where?

Mon 24/08/20
Last mile logistics

The last mile logistics

“The last mile” is a term usually used to describe the final link in the supply chain – when an order makes its way from the distribution centre or a retail location to the end consumer.
Worldwide, city governments are battling against air quality concerns and traffic congestion by creating low emission zones, and implementing vehicle entry and parking restrictions.
Recent global trends, like low transport emissions and the e-commerce boom, have brought last mile logistics to the brink of disruption.

So what is this disruptive change that the last mile is facing?

Fri 10/07/20
The Last Mile

The Last Mile

We hope this publication will give you the key to understand what is driving the need fo last mile solutions, the challenges faced in our city centres, the evolution of our way of living and consuming and how it impacts the delivery organization.

Tue 16/06/20

The COVID-19 and impacts on OEMs

The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy. The COVID-19 pandemic will certainly lead to a world recession.

Among other industries, the global automotive industry will confront a challenging year with impacts on the mobility landscape. What can we already see on the market? What will be the impacts after this pandemic? What are the impacts on the vehicle manufacturers (OEMs)?

Mon 04/05/20
Smart City

Smart City and its impact on Smart Mobility

What is a Smart City, and what is its impact on Smart Mobility?

Smart Cities are data powerhouses, 'crunching numbers' to manage the ever-changing digital, social and transport ecosystems. The data comes from power grids, water and air systems, businesses,citizens, transport and its infrastructure. All this information helps Smart Cities endlessly adapt, supporting growth and improving quality of life (air quality, traffic, congestion, road safety etc….), sustainability and environment.

Mon 24/02/20
European Mobility Week

European Mobility Week 2019

This year, European Mobility Week is focusing on safe walking and cycling. In many countries across Europe, large numbers of people choose to walk or cycle as part of their daily lives, often to work. With a favorable geography and significant infrastructure investment, the Netherlands and in particular Amsterdam, can be considered the global capital of cycling.

Fri 20/09/19