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When we know that more and more cities are willing to reduce car use, especially for ecological but also noise concerns, car sharing seems to be a good compromise. It is estimated that one car-sharing car replaces 5 to 8 private cars and frees up 1.5 to 3 on-street parking spaces. Used on a rather

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Bus, tramway, metro, parking relay, train, self-service bicycle, scooter, VTC, rental car, … Today, we have a real range of mobility services. Not always easy to find each other, Maas (Mobility as a service) is today a real revolution. By grouping the entire transportation offer within a single platform, the passenger experience is greatly improved.

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“Without data, you can’t create information. And without information, there is no new knowledge possible.” This quote from the European Data Portal sums up the Open Data challenge very well. Open Data means free access to many data sets, and is being used in many sectors. In particular in public administration, science, meteorology,… and more

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French employee commuting habits have changed considerably. Whereas in the past, the vast majority of people used their cars to get to work, the trend shows that soft mobility is increasingly being used. Many mobility players are therefore offering their services directly to companies to facilitate the implementation of government measures, such as by creating

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For months now, we have been hit by a global crisis. A pandemic is emerging as a historic moment that will mark a before and after COVID-19. This is particularly true in terms of the environment. Since public and private transport has been progressively stopped, several cities have been recording historic levels of pollution. As

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With the upcoming municipal elections, many candidates are talking about the possibility of making free of charge public transport in their cities. No more tickets, controllers and terminals, a simple hello is enough in Compiègne since 1975 or recently in Calais since January 2020 ! Although among the 330 AOMs (Mobility Organising Authorities), some have

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With its 1.39 million inhabitants, the Lyon metropolitan area today represents one of the most attractive destinations in France. The third largest metropolis, it has recently been named the most dynamic metropolis in terms of urban mobility. In front of the cities of Paris and Rouen, “Les Clés de la Mobilité” awarded Lyon the highest

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