Shared Mobility

Stage 1 - 16/10, 2PM-5PM
Discussion Program


14h – 14h35 : Moped sharing, a game changer for urban mobility?
14h35 – 15h10 : Using shared mobility to meet the needs of rural areas?
15h25 – 15h50 : Car sharing loops: what are the advantages in comparison to the free-floating model?
15h50 – 16h15 : New shared mobility, an ideal complement to the classic public transport offerings?
16h15 – 17h : Smart ticketing and other innovations dedicated to the passenger experience




Discovering new shared mobility solutions to complement public transport systems.

Supplementing public transportation networks

Shared mobility is well established in many major cities around the world and cities are now looking for multimodal solutions which offer a number of shared fleet options (cars, bikes, scooters, kick scooters etc.) to their citizens. These first and last-mile solutions are great additions to the already existing public transportation networks.

Will shared mobility such as ride-hailing services significantly decrease public transport use and increase the number of cars on the road?





Key Stat



MaaS (Mobility as a Service) platforms will replace over




urban private car journeys annually by 2023

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