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For nearly 20 years, the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg has nurtured a powerful ambition for innovative, connected mobility. At the cutting edge of this sector, it now has a genuine development strategy.
In order to allow people to change their transport habits and patterns, Strasbourg has long been working to provide bike-share services such as Vélhop, and car-share services like Citiz, and very quickly incorporated digital capabilities into mobility thanks to NFC technology.
A true living laboratory, the Eurometropolis is participating in numerous projects:
The Eurometropolis also supports innovative companies in this sector:
By increasing and supporting experimentation in this way, Strasbourg is aiming to become a leading European metropolis in the development of smart, sustainable mobility solutions. With this goal in mind, the Eurometropolis has adopted a strategy based on 3 projects:
With the aim of confirming its role as a laboratory of innovative mobility solutions across the Upper Rhine and beyond, Strasbourg is hosting the 12th European Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) from 19 to 22 June 2017. This internationally acclaimed conference brings together all of the players and stakeholders of intelligent transport systems, who are inventing the best mobility solutions of the future. The latest innovations and many experiments will be presented as part of the theme “ITS Beyond Borders”.
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