Reconsidering the mobility
paradigm of the cities
of the third millennium

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New mobility


Mobility for us today has become a COMMODITY, but at current state of affairs our system is not able to receive the new challenges thrown by the economic crisis and by new technologies’s development.

Societies are increasingly dependent from their transport systems: a few activities such as “move and move off ” have so deeply and pervasively affect on the daily lives of people and public operators. Mobility is inherent to society’s evolution and is a fundamental component, not only for trade in goods and services, but also and above all, for the exchange of ideas that are a key driver of development.


For this reason, today it’s required a New Mobility that follows a strategy to rethink or adapt transportation systems, space and connectivity, that are designed for XX century and have to be functional to the productive and social structures of XXI century.

The new strategy can not be imposed from the top, but must be defined by mutual agreement between all stakeholders in order to develop a real policy of supply (new infrastructures to respond to the challenges of mobility).


Streamlining” and “targeted investments” are therefore the keywords in a context of economic crisis and resource depletion. The economic crisis is leading to a change in mobility habits of Italians (bicycles, sharing system and Local Public Transit) that have to match to a change of the supply.


Europe offers a first recipe, pushing for a more efficient, sustainable and unique European space of transports that aims to:



Open Data




Citytech then is interested in New Mobility to revisit our way of moving, in particular referring to the interoperability theme, with important social and cultural implications to:


responding to the new needs by satisfying the mutant transport requirements of people and goods in an effective, efficient, safe and sustainable way;


saving time and increasing quality of life through the optimization of the use and the development of economic, human and environmental resources;


allowing the match of supply and demand aiming to fulfill the needs of citizens;


finding out a long-term development plan for the implementation of joint policy.















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