Cities worldwide are trying to design sustainable transportation systems that will reduce pollution, minimize traffic congestion and noise and contribute to a more liveable city. Micromobility
was introduced as an important contribution, especially by improving the first and last mile of commuting trips, thereby reducing the need for the individual car ride. Is Micromobility living up
to this claim? Is Micromobility the saviour of urban mobility or rather producing irritating chaos? What contribution can Micromobility make to sustainable and efficient mobility in urban areas?
Learn about the latest findings on Micromobility in Europe from the Digital Hub Mobility, Roland Berger from EIT Urban Mobility and Bayern Innovativ.