[ENG] HUBREPORT Smart & Sustainable Mobility

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Between regulation by public actors, innovation by SMEs and the strength of the major industrial groups, the best ingredients are gathered for 2022 to accelerate the coalition of actors for a sustainable mobility. During the second edition of the Sustainable Mobility Forum, the HUB Institute brought together nearly 35 decision-makers to share their insights, visions and concrete cases with the 1200 connected participants.

It has been two years since the effects of the pandemic on public transport ridership, long-distance travel and private vehicle use began to be felt, and the time has come for the sector's transition to accelerate; while the shortcomings revealed by the crisis call for innovation, many nations are in a state of readiness to support the transport sector in reducing its emissions. In Europe, investment in mobility has surged in 2021 and micro-mobility solutions are on the rise. According to the latest trends and innovations to have stood out in recent months, in Dubai, Glasgow, Las Vegas or Paris, tomorrow's sustainable mobility will be intermodal, electric thanks to new battery and recharging options, inclusive because it will be able to serve all territories, connected with the digital twin, and on its way to autonomy.

Another key topic is urban logistics, with the place of this new sustainable mobility mix, mobility hubs, and the balanced implementation of LEZs. Today, at the horizon of 2022, the teams of the HUB Institute are proud to present you this report gathering the latest trends in the mobility sector, through the prism of several key issues.