Opening the world to everyone, preserving the planet for all
Movin’On provides concrete solutions and innovations for everyone’s mobility needs, with the aim of contributing to societal progress whilst acting for the planet.
From ambition to sustainable mobility action.
More mobility, less impact
Movin'On is the world's leading co-innovation ecosystem that brings together the major players in sustainable mobility, public and private, collective and individual. Bringing together the 4Cs (Countries, Cities, Civil Society, Corporates), it provides concrete solutions and innovations to make mobility safer, more sustainable, more inclusive and more efficient.
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10 CEOs join the Movin'On governance
The Daily program
3 winners were announced
It takes an Ecosystem to Innovate
To imagine tomorrow , to innovate for the the benefit of all, to take part in sustainable mobility change, to contribute to civil society needs.
Our collaborative and action-driven Think and Do Tank within which organisations act to anticipate, co-innovate and influence.
COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST
Our working groups bringing together multiple stakeholders on a specific mobility challenge.
Our international challenges to boost the brightest mobility solutions and innovations.
Our app designed to bring together experts and project managers, to match skills and needs for mobility projects.
On a Monday morning in October, the driver of a pickup truck killed Thomas Panto, 32, who was riding an e-bike in Long Island City, a residential and commercial neighborhood of Queens,
In Beijing, as government leaders, industry experts, and civil society groups opened the UN Sustainable Transport Conference October 14, there was growing recognition that sustainable transport can spur economic growth and protect the environment,
The global air transport industry has decided that it will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. At its annual general meeting in Boston on Monday, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) approved a resolution supporting this goal,
Four days and 18.5 hours – the new record time in an electric car from coast to coast across the width of Canada – a 7,152 km (4,444 mile) journey on the TransCanada Highway –