Our convictions for mobility 2050
Silo-thinking isn’t the way to approach tomorrow’s mobility. This is the founding principle of Futura-Mobility, the think tank bringing together the views and expertise of various industry stakeholders in the mobility sector. Our objectives? To reflect as a group on the challenges and solutions to envisage mobility for 2050 that is both people centric and climate combatible. The nine convictions and questions that have emerged from this forward-looking exercise seek to stimulate public debate and develop projects to ensure mobility meets the challenges of the 21st century.
Joëlle Touré and Jean-Jacques Thomas
Freedom of movement vs. environmental responsibility
Towards a new energy mix
For truly soft mobility
Autonomous vehicles: what risks?
Mobility and the attention economy
The role of public policy
New areas of mobility or immobility