If multimodality is the rule, environmental concerns around mobility are divisive! Alternately followers of public transport, cycling or motorized two-wheelers, in the Northern capital, 92% of Lille residents use the car, including 73% who take the wheel several times a week, and even 44% every days. At the same time, the bicycle boom, pedestrianization of the city center, low emission zones (ZFE), the inhabitants of Lille and the inhabitants of the Hauts-de-France region seem to be ahead of the challenges of sustainable mobility, even if certain subjects divide them. more than others.
Invited to participate in the debates and to speak on the future of the automotive sector, a structuring sector in this territory, Xavier Bertrand, President of the Hauts-de-France region, notably delivered his vision of the energy and environmental transition. of the mobility sector: “a necessary transition but which must be accessible to the middle and working classes”.
Discover the lessons learned from the final stage of the RE:IMAGINE TOUR, our mobility tour of France.
Thank you to our speakers for their enlightened opinions!