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.

300 organizations Movin'On

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.​

COMBAT #1

ZERO
EMISSIONS

COMBATING GLOBAL WARMING AND AIR POLLUTION

COMBAT #2

PRESERVING RESOURCES

DELAYING THE EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY & REGENERATING RESSOURCES

COMBAT #3

UNIVERSAL
MOBILITY

MAKING MOBILITY SAFE AND INCLUSIVE

COMBAT #4

MULTIMODAL MOBILITY

EXPLORING NEW MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORT FOR PEOPLE

COMBAT #5

TRANSPORT
EFFICIENCY

BALANCING CUSTOMER DEMAND AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

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.

MOVIN'ON LAB
THINK AND DO
Our collaborative and action-driven Think and Do Tank within which organisations act to anticipate, co-innovate and influence.
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COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST
SHAPE THE FUTURE
Our working groups bringing together multiple stakeholders on a specific mobility challenge.
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MOBILITY EXPERIENCES
STARTUP AND DESIGN
Our international challenges to boost the brightest mobility solutions and innovations.
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News

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WBCSD and Movin’On join forces to make mobility more sustainable

Today, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Movin’On announced a new partnership to accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility globally in line with a 1.5°C scenario. The two organizations strive toward a bigger impact to achieve mobility decarbonization by engaging their respective networks and strengths in coordinated action.

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Movin'On Challenge Design theme 2023

Movin’On Challenge Design announces the theme of its 2023 edition

The challenge: Designing an innovative mobility solution  which balances the three recognized pillars of sustainability: PEOPLE, PROFIT and PLANET

The Movin’On Challenge Design,

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SAVE THE DATE – Movin’On Inside Maritime Mobility

After a summer break, Movin’On Inside, the sustainable mobility talk show, is back on Thursday October 6 at 2pm (CET). For this third episode, we will be focusing on new decarbonisation models for maritime transport.

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World Bank Loans India US$250 Million to Make Roads Safer

With only one percent of the world’s vehicles, India accounts for almost 10 percent of all crash related deaths. A new World Bank project, approved Friday, will help Indian states reduce road crash fatalities and injuries through improved road safety management and institutional reform,

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News

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WBCSD and Movin’On join forces to make mobility more sustainable

WBCSD and Movin'On announced a new partnership to accelerate the transition to sustainable mobility globally in line with a 1.5°C scenario.
CONTINUE TO READ
Movin'On Challenge Design theme 2023

Movin’On Challenge Design announces the theme of its 2023 edition

The challenge: Designing an innovative mobility solution which balances the three recognized pillars of sustainability: PEOPLE, PROFIT and PLANET
CONTINUE TO READ
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SAVE THE DATE – Movin’On Inside Maritime Mobility

For 60 minutes, we will explore, decipher and respond to the challenges of sustainable growth for a new ocean economy.
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World Bank Loans India US$250 Million to Make Roads Safer

With only one percent of the world’s vehicles, India accounts for almost 10 percent of all crash related deaths.
CONTINUE TO READ