The future of mobility in cities

Published by on 10.21.2020 - 3 min

How will mobility in cities look in decades to come? Groupe Renault has brought together professionals of all kinds (engineers, designers, city planners, etc.) in order to get a handle on the situation, pinpoint major trends, and explore various leads as to future development. Head to the Renault eWays event to take a look at the mobility of the future.

By 2050, more than two thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities. This kind of concentration raises a lot of questions around organization, management, and coexistence, especially against a backdrop of fighting global warming and trying to lower greenhouse gas emissions. There is also increasing societal pressure to provide solutions that address these environmental issues.

How will cities change and develop to be able to meet these challenges? Is the “smart city” and its resilience the future? What about mobility? Habits and mindsets are shifting towards more simplicity and flexibility as well as cleaner, more inclusive mobility. So where do the car, micro-mobility, and self-driving vehicles fit in? What role can mobility play in reducing pollution? Is electromobility alone the solution? Will habits change even more? Is shared mobility the default mode of the future? What’s the place and responsibility of the automotive industry in the advent of this new mobility? More generally, shouldn’t mobility be part of a systemic approach?

Are you fascinated by these questions? Check out our conferences on the transformation of cities at the Renault eWays 2020.

 

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