Sharing mobility, smart cities, driverless and connected cars are developing in many parts of the world. Mobility is changing, and a paradigm shift is taking place. Mobility starts to be seen as a service that people want to access without necessarily owning the vehicles they use.
Technology is leading the change; the number of people that want to access new mobility services based on the sharing principle is growing; regulation is slowly reacting to this.
The Italian Network for Sharing Mobility (Osservatorio Nazionale sulla sharing mobility), a project of the Italian Ministry of Environment and the Sustainable Development Foundation, published today the first “National Report on the Development of Sharing Mobility in Italy”. The Report, presented today in Rome, had the goal of not only mapping the Italian situation but also looking at some of the most advanced contexts where this new mobility trend is already consolidated. Among others, the Report includes the results of the “first national survey of means of transport and sharing mobility”, to which FSR Transport contributed.
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Programme of the day (only in Italian)
Download the handbook and the full report (only in Italian)
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