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Multimodality

Multimodality is the harmonious combination of different means of transport – e.g., car sharing, bus, tram and train – into a single journey. This is a key mobility challenge that helps save time, limit CO2 emissions and use resources sparingly. Get an insight into multimodality initiatives in the In Movement blog.

Kick scooters, bikes and motor scooters: the boom in free-floating urban transport

14.12.2018

In just one year, free-floating vehicles have revolutionised cities and solo transport. Free-floating transport is best described as no-strings-attached driving. It’s a simple concept: users can geolocate the nearest self-service vehicle and start it up via an application on their smartphone. Once they’ve got from A to B, they can park the vehicle wherever they…

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The Rush to Luxembourg: eastern France and the challenges of cross-border mobility

16.07.2018

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg enjoys the highest GDP per capital in the European Union. Its dynamic economy is attracting residents from the neighbouring Grand Est region in eastern France, where the industrial decline has hit hard. In fact, no less than 87,000 French nationals, or 7% of the region’s working population, cross the border…

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Algeria’s grand ambition: Mobility

14.06.2018

The rapid economic transformation of cities across North Africa has led to an increase in urban rail projects. In the capital city of Algiers, metro and tram systems were introduced in 2011. To keep pace with new development challenges, the metro will be extended to include 34 kilometres of track and 34 stations by 2022.…

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