From Hyperloop to drone taxis, spectacular technological transport projects are flourishing. But what about the reality of future public transport for everyday life after the Covid crisis?
When health conditions required the widespread use of teleworking – wherever possible – in 2020, the sudden drop in travel, especially by car, was obvious to everyone. Some have been quick to conclude that teleworking has a beneficial impact on the environment. But what are the real effects of teleworking on mobility, and as consequence, on the carbon footprint of occupational activities?
The COVID-19 pandemic, through the urban planning initiative of "coronavirus bike lanes", has highlighted the return of the bicycle to the city. In reality, this comeback has been under way for many years, though it did get a recent boost. What are the causes? What are the consequences on urban planning today? What will bicycles in cities look like ?
In theory, there is none ... The world of mobility is changing and is no longer limited to transport.
The summer recess is over and the start of a new parliamentary term has begun in earnest with a great deal of enthusiasm in terms of the country’s environmental transition. So let’s take stock of the issues in one of the key pieces of legislation, the Mobility Act (LOM).
Aude Launay, an intrapreneur supported by the Bouygues Group, talks us through the Flexy Moov concept.
Towns and cities are forged in the crucible of multiple communities and usage patterns, and grow with them. In this way, inhabitants build a future as they take control of their daily lives.
Nadi Dezert, Sales and Development Director at Bouygues Energies & Services for the Ile-de-France region, talks to us about Cyber Valet Services, a smart parking service.
Michel Cozic, Electric Mobility Director at Bouygues Energies & Services, presents his view on the subject and the infrastructure and services set up.