As urban growth accelerates and mobility needs increase, the challenge in the coming years will be to develop new mobility solutions that are shared, sustainable, driverless and adapted to passenger expectations (in terms of services). As the world leader in shared and driverless mobility, Keolis puts these new mobility challenges at the heart of its strategy.
What are Keolis’ priority expectations for the debate?
- Identify citizens’ current perceptions of driverless mobility issues, but also their future expectations, particularly in terms of acceptability, so we can respond to their questions and needs as effectively as possible and find out how to deal with potential reluctance.
- Reveal new uses of mobility services, where relevant
- Anticipate security issues (personal safety and issues concerning data security or cybersecurity)
What is Keolis’ vision for the future of mobility?
Driverless mobility can only bring benefits if the city adopts a comprehensive policy to anticipate and organize the transition. The move towards a virtuous scenario, where all forms of mobility are joined up in an optimal way, requires close collaboration between the Mobility Organizing Authorities (MOAs), transport operators and all public stakeholders. Keolis applies this partnership dynamic to implement mobility services that match the MOAs’ needs and citizens’ expectations as closely as possible.