Mobility represents around 25% of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions and it is the main cause of air pollution in cities. Urban mobility has started to change, and this transformation will become more and more radical in the years ahead.
This creates a reality where mobility demand is more complex. New means of transport are rising, from electric bikes to electric scooters. News usages of mobility emerge, with shared vehicles, and mobility as a service. Last mile delivery is an increasing challenge as the volumes of delivered goods reach unprecedented highs. Interest for public transport is on the rise. Mobility users demand ever more convenience, safety and efficiency. And yet, cars remain presents in cities as the transition takes time to fully unfold.