Cities and metropolises
They attract an ever-increasing population every day, which leads to a saturation of flows. The increase in road traffic, parking difficulties, pollution problems and the arrival of new machines make the management of urban mobility a climatic, economic and societal issue.
Added to this is the desire of city dwellers to experience new travel experiences by facilitating their daily journeys. Intermodality is becoming a reality with the use of public transport in addition to scooters, bicycles, unicycles or other motorized personal transport devices to cover the last kilometres.
Low density areas
Some areas are little or even not served by means of public transport. New forms of mobility are becoming alternatives to complete the network and promote intermodality.
Added to this is the potential for economic and tourist development for certain territories to integrate these new modes as leisure activities.
We are witnessing an upheaval in uses with the arrival of connected and shared mobility, which today makes it possible to control our movements from our smartphones. All digital tools are taken into account in our needs analyses.