The transformation of urban centers is underway, are we ready?

The saturation of urban traffic has led users to be more creative in their daily journeys.

City dwellers now want to experience new travel experiences, oriented towards greater ease of the various daily routes, offering more autonomy in the face of the vagaries of traffic. Intermodality is becoming a reality with the use of public transport in addition to scooters, unicycles or other PLEVs to complete the last kilometer. In the 2000s, the appearance of shared mobility with the Vélib, then the Autolib and today, we see the proliferation of players offering, among other things, self-service scooters or electric scooters.

City centers inaccessible to cars facilitate access to micromobility.

When large cities impose Crit’Air stickers, people who have to go to these areas to work there have to rethink their journey.

Today, several solutions are available to users. After carpooling to get to the nearest station, there is a public transport offer that allows you to get to the city center. But some fear losing their autonomy, and that is why personal mobility devices have been developed. The electric scooter, the unicycle, the electric skateboard allow users to no longer depend on bus schedules. These soft mobility devices can thus cover more kilometers in less time. And the flexibility of use allows you to change your mind at the last moment by taking the bus with your machine folded in your hand.

The crowning glory of multimodality.

With Smart mobility, we are witnessing the advent of mobility that is no longer linear but inter and multi-modal.

Today, users alternate emerging and classic forms of mobility with great agility without interruption in the mobility chain (Ex: e-scooter / Public transport).

New multi-modal and multi-service Ile de France stations are emerging, developing new more or less long-term projects to facilitate the journey of the user.

We observe and decipher the multimodal strategies implemented by Smart users through our Marketing Research surveys, our Community Panels and the Observatory of Smart City & Smart Mobility Trends.

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Data and studies on 50 cm 3 mopeds

The category of electric mopeds concerns all vehicles comparable to thermal vehicles of 50cm 3 which have the obligation to be registered

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Connected mobility services have revolutionized the way we travel.

Our smartphone has become the essential tool for users of smart mobility.

Today, urban mobility operators offer a panel of applications to calculate journeys whether by bicycle or public transport or car sharing.

The use of technologies has effects and modifies travel (intermodal transfer to forms of public transport, arbitration between the car and other modes of transport, etc.).

The question now is how do smart users use technological tools (GPS, apps, smartphones, social networks) to plan, organise, streamline and speed up their journeys?

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