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Forum Vies Mobiles

Post-car Ile-de-France

Period: 2017 - 2018

This project explore the possibility of a transition toward lifestyles that are less dependent on the use of personal vehicles, while still fulfilling the aspirations of Ile-de-France residents. This project is funded and supervised by the Mobile Lives forum, a research and prospective institute supported by SNCF to prepare for the mobility transition.

The research is divided into three steps:

- A phase including a literature review followed by an analysis of current mobility practices in the Ile-de-France. This will be enriched by an in-depth study of the mobile aspirations of people living in the Ile-de-France, based on an international survey conducted by the Mobile Lives Forum on the same topic.
- A phase to model current mobility practices on a regional scale, in order to then use this information to create a serious game. This game will be the basis of a prospective and participative study conducted with people living in the region.
- A prospective study during the serious game workshops. This phase will bring together people living in the Ile-de-France, in order to identify the different scenarios for transition towards lifestyles that are less dependent on the use of individual vehicles and to analyze the factors of success or failure.

Research participants : UMR Géographie-cités
Arnaud Banos
Sandrine Berroir
Hadrien Commenges
Jean Debrie (coordinateur du projet)
Juliette Maulat

The Mobile Lives forum
Pierre Gaudino
Christophe Gay
Sylvie Landriève
Mark Pierce

View online : Forum des Vies mobiles

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