The Laboratoire de la Mobilité Inclusive, of which Fondation PSA has been a member since 2013, invited the actors of inclusive mobility to the Cité Universitaire. 

The morning was dedicated to mobility in rural areas with at the center of the debates the promise of the actual President of France:

  • "each french people will be less than 30 minutes from public services" 
  • the new role given to inter municipalities by the law about mobilities Loi d'Orientation des Mobilités.

A round table closed this debate with feedback from several initiatives.

Round table about mobility in rural territories
Round table about mobility in rural territories

The afternoon was devoted to the mobility for young people in rural areas with the support of the survey carried out by the Doctor in science of education Gérard Hernja and the testimony of Philippe Géhin, President of the Association Chèvres Roches and sociologist Alain Mergier. Xavier Bertrand, President of the Hauts-de-France region joined the participants to testify to his experience within his region.

It was also an opportunity for Geneviève Lafférière, Pilot of the Sustainable Mobility Transport network, France Nature Environment to present the educational guide to sustainable mobility, developed in collaboration with Fondation PSA, intended for teachers to educate young people about sustainable mobility. 

Round table about mobility for young people
Round table about mobility for young people

In conclusion, Hubert Joseph-Antoine, President of the Laboratory of Inclusive Mobility, presented the 4 priorities of the Laboratory of Inclusive Mobility for 2020: implementing the actions necessary for the mobility of young people following the survey, supporting the territories for inclusive mobility, continue learning mobility and support innovative mobility projects.

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