Focus Area

Digital and automated mobility

01 January 2027, Rosie and Josten step out of their house ready for work. They sit in the self-driving shared robotaxi they booked a few minutes before with their Mobility as a Service app. While the on-demand car safely drives them to the train station, Rosie is able to read through some work documents while Josten catches up with another regular user. During their ride, a pop-up message sent from the same app tells them they are about to reach their destination and shows them their digital train tickets. Easy scan at the station and they’re ready to board the train. For the last mile, they decide to walk to the office, entering the old highway, now transformed into a long green strip with safe and accessible walking, wheeling, and cycling paths. This is the city of the future we work towards. A city where technological innovations, such as digitalisation and automation, are at the service of its inhabitants. In it, exciting new technologies are interesting only if they will bring benefits such as a cleaner, safer, integrated and more accessible way of moving for all. Read more on our statements:


Peter Staelens Senior project coordinator


  • SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption (SHOW) will test shared, connected and electrified automation in urban transport, to advance sustainable urban mobility.

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  • FAME  (Framework for coordination of Automated Mobility in Europe) aims to develop common methodologies and tools to facilitate the sharing of best practices to support Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) stakeholders.

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  • Looking for a Europe where electric vehicle charging is widespread, efficient and works for users? Look no further.

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