By: Lesley Brown
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Paris City Life – 26 & 27 November 2019
New kinds of transport that are multimodal, personalised and shared, futuristic vehicles, and better user experiences, but also innovative lifestyles, work and consumption patterns, flagship projects around the Périphérique ring road, the Olympic Games, Grand Paris Express…. All these developments are set to impact how we will travel and meet our needs in and around tomorrow’s Paris.
As a consequence, transport stakeholders – from car makers to organising authorities and soft mobility operators – will have to come up with a modernised approach to governance, new funding mechanisms, and sustainable business models.
All these topics, and others besides, will be the focus of discussions on the 26 and 27 November at Paris City Hall. Many stakeholders – public and private, French and international – in urban mobility will be attending.