From ambition to action
The ecosystem of sustainable mobility

From ambition to action
The ecosystem of sustainable mobility


Full charge ahead

Although sales of electric vehicles saw huge growth between 2015 and 2018, they still only represent about 2-4% of the overall car market in countries with high rates of car ownership such as China, the U.S. and France. OECD countries expect to see rates rise in coming years as the technology becomes more convenient for...

Sink or swim: Bangkok’s climate crisis

In drawing attention to the consequences of climate change that are already occurring worldwide, pioneering landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom warned a rapt audience at the opening of the 2019 Movin’On Summit that achieving sustainable mobility is about more than improving traffic congestion, urban infrastructure or air quality: it’s about ensuring the survival of millions of...

The Movin’On Summit 2019 Minutes are published !

The Movin’On Summit by the numbers is 5000 participants from 55 different countries coming together under the same roof to discuss, learn, and collectively find innovative solutions for sustainable mobility.

For two and a half days, 100 experts took turns on stage for more than 60 talks and working sessions, with the aim of providing...

Businesses and cities: Partners in mobility

Building a climate of trust is the foremost challenge facing stakeholders in energy transition, and it’s particularly relevant in the transportation industry, according to Sandra Sucher, economist and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. With that in mind, Total is an energy company that plans to continue its oil activities, while also...

Labs at the Movin’On 2019 Summit: hello, new ideas

If you’ve attended the Movin’On Summit in the past, you probably remember the Labs. Perhaps you even took part in one of these experiences, which are designed to bring out new ideas by getting you out of your comfort zone. Labs are unique learning experiences that take place in atypical environments that will throw participants...

What Innovative technologies have been presented at Movin’On Summit ?

Data and intelligence represent both the solutions to and sources of concern regarding most transportation challenges. When it comes to determining who owns the data, how to protect it and its most effective uses, the answers are not always clearly defined. As we approach 2021 — the target year for the implementation of the automated...

Learning, thinking, doing: how working sessions are moving from ambition to action at the Movin’On Summit

It’s one thing to listen to an inspiring talk, but nothing beats putting concepts to the test yourself. That’s why working sessions are such an important part of the Movin’On Summit experience. In the form of a 90-minute Think Tank led by renowned experts, working sessions engage participants in a collaborative activity based on their...

2019 programming


Discover what has been discussed at 2019 Movin’On Summit

The Movin’On Summit, June 4-6, offered a tremendous program .

By taking a moment to review the roster of world-class speakers and guests, you can see who has contributed by their expertise to the conversation.



For people living with disabilities, and beyond: accessibility benefits all

By designing transportation solutions accessible to people living with disabilities, startups, labs and investors. 

According to the World Health Organization, 15% of the world’s population lives with a disability. That’s roughly 785 million people, while 20-40% of people living with disabilities in high-income countries do not have their everyday needs met. These statistics remind...

Fleets of the future: car ownership and beyond

What does the future of car ownership look like, and how will we get there? A swing at cracking the code.


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