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Mobility

The changes taking place around us will radically change our ways of moving around. The car will still be there for many years, but along with other means of travel. We are entering an era of diversity and flexibility.

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Hyundai

Interview with Michael Cole, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Europe

In the middle of an unprecedented revolution in the automotive industry, Michael Cole, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Europe, explains to the Arval Mobility Observatory the strategic pillars upon which the company will evolve in the coming years.

Tue 08/06/21
Mobility and Real Estate

Mobility and Real Estate

Mobility requires infrastructure adaptations. Drop off zones, charging points, lockers and larger bike storages are examples of features our build environment has to offer to follow new mobility behaviors.
While digesting such advancements is not an easy task for builders, they also now have to embrace the additional impact from Covid-19 – such as new working schedules and remote-working lifestyles.
This video shares some analyses focused on these growing relationships between real estate and mobility.

Wed 02/06/21
Home, Work and Mobility

Home, Work and Mobility

In 2020, Covid-19 has disrupted a lot of areas of our lives: mobility, our lifestyles, our place of work and even our homes. Both corporate and private mobility have seen an acceleration in the adoption of new mobility solutions. Remote working has been accelerated and is pushing real estate developers to rethink what residential and commercial developments should look like to accommodate new transport and work habits.

Discover more in our latest publication and watch the webinar based on it.

Fri 28/05/21
Antwerp

Smart ways to Antwerp: a city with an open mind to mobility

The next stop in our World Mobility Tour is Antwerp, a historic city in the north of Belgium, the foremost petrochemical centre of Europe, the second largest port in Europe, and the global diamond trade hub. Our discussion with Koen Kennis, the Deputy Mayor responsible for mobility, tourism, finances, retail and decentralisation enables us to discover the strategy of this city regarding the mobility topic.

Mon 10/05/21
Bike usage

Bike usage

As the global pandemic ground many industries to a halt and lessened the appeal of public transport, bicycles have experienced a renaissance.

Indeed, in 2020, EU bicycle sales grew 23%, and this growth is expected to continue. Europeans are expected to buy an extra 10 million bikes per year by 2030, a 47% increase from the annual number in 2019. To sustain the two-wheel momentum, €1 bn has been invested to create 2,300km of new bike lanes across the EU.

This video explores what these new trends mean for companies and looks at the perspectives of this growing sector.

Thu 18/03/21
Lisbon

Our World Mobility Tour: Lisbon, the 2020 European Green Capital

The next stop in our World Mobility Tour is in Lisbon, the 2020 European Green Capital.

Our discussion with Miguel Gaspar, the Deputy Mayor with responsibility for Mobility and Safety, enables us to discover all the mobility aspects and the strategy of this city regarding the mobility topic.

Tue 02/03/21
Tel Aviv center

Our World Mobility Tour: Tel Aviv, the "start-up" city

During this year, we will discover how municipalities are managing the mobility topic in their cities. What is key for them, what kind of infrastructures are developed and how they support all their changes.

We will start our World Mobility Tour with the city of Tel Aviv, the “start-up city”, which leverages its high-tech ecosystem to support its transformation. Our discussion with Meital Lehavi, the Deputy Major with responsibility for Transportation will enable us to discover all these mobility aspects and the vision of this city regarding the mobility topic.

Wed 13/01/21
Smart cities

Mobility in Smart Cities

What is a Smart City?

You will find different definitions of the concept, various Smart City indexes, and different rankings.
From a mobility perspective, a possible definition could be the following:
Thanks to data, infrastructures, connectivity and new technology, Smart Cities want to improve their residents’ quality of life (safety, security, air quality, health are examples) in a sustainable environment, offering efficient public transports, multi modal mobility and working closely with the private sector. Of course, regulations and policies are implemented in order to accommodate these changes. In France, the city of Lyon wants to exclude diesel car by 2026. In the UK, cities will ban ICE vehicles from 2030 and hybrid from 2035. All these decisions will have an impact on mobility modes in the city centers and city dwellers will have to change their habits.

Mon 07/12/20