In 2021-2022, French stakeholders are participating in 12 working groups to develop common contributions and positions in the run-up to the World Urban Forum 11 in Katowice. These different workshops are led by members and facilitated by the PFVT.
Urban mobility specialists sometimes present the evolution of cities according to four successive ages of mobility: crafts, congestion, adaptation to the car and, finally, multimodal integration. The "Mobilities" working group focused its reflections on the rest of history and a desirable future by 2050, which must begin to be put in place. To achieve this, the necessary public policies and the choices to be made will not always be easy.
- Urban mobility, an essential asset to be managed collectively
- Forms of cities, mobility networks and services
- Technology at the service of decarbonised mobility
- The economy and its levers