Decarbonization, de-pollution, sharing of public space, infrastructure financing, territorial cohesion, inflation and scarcity are all factors that tend to disrupt certain local and national public policies. The time has come for innovation and investment.
In France, the 2023 Finance Act, the Green Fund for local authorities and the Climate and Resilience Act have put mobility at the heart of the debate, while the European Commission’s Green Deal is also tackling this issue. Incumbent mobility operators, startups and solution providers are also mobilised to offer concrete and operational solutions (micro-mobility, shared mobility, electrification of fleets, data-based management, MaaS, etc.).
But many questions still remain open: what tools are available? What innovations should be pushed? What are the major challenges in the short, medium and long term?
On 14th March 2023, the Sustainable Mobility Forum will address these questions through a day of conferences, round tables, interviews, exchanges and meetings.
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Source: HUB Sustainable