Mobility: a major challenge for Atlantic cities

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A unique event of its kind, inOut is part of Rennes Métropole’s DNA, recognized nationally for its ambitious public transport policy and the dynamism of its digital ecosystem. On the agenda: conferences and round tables [IN] door for experts and professionals of mobilities and experiments all public [OUT] door in the heart of the city. For 5 days, the public space has become a playground for life-size testing of autonomous shuttles, electric buses, Segways, electric scooters, hydrogen vehicles, applications, etc. that revolutionize the ways of moving to enter the era of fluid, green and economical mobility.

The president of the Atlantic cities, José Maria Costa, intervened in the round table “Towards a European market for new mobility? “. Assuming mobility as a fundamental factor in sustainable urban development, he also stated that “the mayor is a business angel who must take risks, also in mobility and in space; at local, regional and national levels; at an international level. Costa also cited the report on the European data economy that Kieran McCarthy, leader of the Cohesion group of Atlantic Cities, presented last October to the European Committee of the Regions.

As mobility is a major issue for Atlantic cities, reflections are continuing within the Sustainable Urban Development Committee. Feel free to share your contributions!

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