Le Monde Cities Session
Sustainable mobility for all: what's the regional project?
In France, people still use their cars for most commutes and for fifty years, the regional planning policies have incessantly encouraged this practice. According to the Emerging Mobility Monitoring Centre, 32% of households within large cities say they have no other choice but to use their cars to get around daily. This number jumps to 83% in isolated rural villages.
However, digital transformation and the emergence of new stakeholders are beginning to renew the propositions with options like carpooling, shared scooters or bicycles, remote working areas, hybrid bike services, multimodality…
Can these dismiss the individual cars? Are they really part of an energetic transition? How are public spaces and data managed? Where does the user stand and how can we guarantee mobility is available for everyone?
Le Monde is organising a morning debate on this subject on 28 March from 8:30 to 10:30 at the Couvent des Jacobins in Rennes.
8:30 Opening. The right for sustainable mobility.
By Bruno Marzloff (sociologist and founder of Chronos)
8:50 Experience feedback: how can we change our habits?
With Catherine Dameron, (Bureau des Temps, Rennes), Armel Ménez (Octopouce, civic hitchhiking network in the Crozon peninsula), Cristina Pronello (UTC Compiègne and Turin Polytechnic School).
9:20 Solutions for tomorrow?
The autonomous vehicle: a public choice
By Eric Diserbeau, Mobility and Transport Director in Rennes Métropole.
Long term rental of electric bicycles with Veligo Fluow
By Delphine Burkli, administrator of Ile-de-France Mobility and regional councillor.
Brest's cable car: can we generalize this type of transportation in the city?
By Victor Antonio, Brest Métropole Mobility Director
9:50 Round table: Energy transition, user space, public liberties: mobility management challenges
With Emmanuel Couet, president of Rennes Métropole, Régis Chatellier from the Laboratory for Digital Innovation at the CNIL and Geneviève Lafferère transports director, sustainable mobility of FNE
10:15 Mobility and ecological urgency, the role of cities
By Nathalie Appéré, Mayor of Rennes.
This session is available upon registration and to all holders of an inOut pass for Thursday 28th March.
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