Multimodal urban transit and society

This theme explores how social trends, public transit, transportation habits, technology and safety have an impact on New mobilities, Urbanism and infrastructure, Multimodal transit and People-friendly mobility. It will also encompass the ever-innovative Michelin Challenge Design.

The number of people living in urban areas is expected to hit six billion by 2045. Expecting our driver-centric infrastructure to accommodate everyone by then is a pipe dream.

In moving from a “mobility as a privilege” mindset to mobility as a service (MaaS), providers will need to partner up, technology will need to create new value, urbanism will need to evolve, and systems will have to operate according to one principle: it’s all about the user.

The Minutes 2019, focused around this year’s 5 key topics, offer you a comprehensive account of the highlights, insights, and lessons to retain from this Movin’On Summit 2019. From micromobility to urban planning, including goods transportation, what solutions are revolutionizing global mobility?

Goods transportation and multimodality

Dive into logistics for cities & citizens & End-to-end logistics for goods transportation over long distances as well as last-mile delivery.
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Innovative technologies

The transportation ecosystem thrives on inspiring, efficient new technologies.
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Decarbonization and Air Quality

This report explores local and global environmental issues in light of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
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