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How will we move in 10 years? Smart mobility: how it will change our lives (and our cities)

Future mobility will be characterized by autonomous driving, vehicle sharing, and a mix of transportation modes, such as cars, bicycles, scooters, and public transportation.
Mobility is a topic that affects us closely.
We talk about our habits, our commute and the cities we live in.

How will we get around in the future?

Our love affair with the automobile is evident, especially in Italy. The figure that as many as 670 cars are on the road for every 1,000 inhabitants makes us wonder how important cars have become in our lives.
But today, things are changing.
Generation Z, for example, does not show the same attachment to the car. For them, the car is viewed functionally and pragmatically. In addition, the costs and environmental impacts associated with car use are leading to a reassessment of mobility choices. Sustainability plays a key role in the preference for greener means of transportation.

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But what will mobility look like in the future?

There are three major technological paradigms that are transforming the mobility landscape.

Autonomous driving, which will make possible a continuous dialogue between vehicles, improving traffic flow and road safety.

The use of electricity for continuous travel.
car sharing and intermodality, that is, the use of different mobility solutions according to individual needs (Car pooling, Car Sharing etc.)

But it is not only technology that will influence the mobility of the future.
Urban space will also have to adapt to these changes.

Smart cities are indispensable for effective Smart Mobility.

A smart city is not only digitized, but also offers mobility solutions that are flexible and adaptable to citizens' needs. This includes promoting micro-mobility infrastructure, such as bike lanes and pedestrian sidewalks, and integrating different modes of transportation.

Several cities are already working to become Smart Cities, investing in projects that promote proximity and quality of life.

"Fifteen minutes"

The "15-minute" concept is gaining momentum, creating neighborhoods that offer all necessary services within minutes of each other. In addition, urban mobility is being transformed, with an increased focus on micro-mobility, such as bicycle use and improved public transportation services.
Future mobility will be characterized by autonomous driving, vehicle sharing, and a mix of transportation modes, such as cars, bicycles, scooters, and public transportation. People will be able to choose the mobility solution that best suits their needs, based on time, distance, and personal preferences.

But Smart Mobility is not just about vehicles. It is also about smart traffic management, route optimization, use of real-time data, and integration of different mobility platforms. This requires collaboration between the public and private sectors, as well as judicious urban planning and appropriate regulation.
The transition to Smart Mobility will bring many benefits.

In addition to reduced pollution and improved efficiency, we will have more livable cities with less road congestion, more space for pedestrians, and better air quality. In addition, we will have a safer transportation system, thanks to autonomous driving and communication between vehicles.

Importantly, Smart Mobility is not only a technological issue, but also requires a change in mindset and active involvement of citizens. We will have to adapt to new modes of travel and make conscious choices to contribute to more sustainable mobility.


In conclusion, Smart Mobility represents the future of urban mobility, offering innovative solutions to make our cities more livable, sustainable and efficient. The combination of technologies such as autonomous driving, electric power and vehicle sharing is radically transforming the mobility landscape. However, we cannot forget that Smart Mobility is not just about vehicles; it also requires judicious urban planning and active citizen involvement.

As Henry Ford stated, "Come together, work together, stay together, and you will succeed." This principle also applies to the transition to Smart Mobility. We must work together, both in the public and private sectors, to create an integrated ecosystem of transportation and services that meet citizens' needs. In addition, we must adapt to new modes of travel and make informed choices to contribute to more sustainable mobility.

Smart Mobility offers many benefits, from pollution reduction to traffic optimization, from improved road safety to quality of life in the city. It is a challenge that requires everyone's participation, but the results will be extraordinary. Now is the time to embrace Smart Mobility and drive change toward a better future.

As Henry Ford reminds us, success comes from collaboration and shared commitment. By embracing Smart Mobility, we can build more sustainable, efficient and livable cities for future generations. It's time to drive change toward a better future, because together we can achieve great things in our mobility and the environment around us.
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