As the health crisis comes to an end, what should general transport policy look like as France’s next parliamentary term begins?

Tuesday 7th June

04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Conference area


Public mobility services are firmly embedded in society and in daily life for many people in France. Criss-crossing towns and creating links between cities and regions, they offer transport solutions for all throughout the country. As a result, these services nurture social and territorial cohesion, as well as helping to address the ecological challenge.

The health crisis has had a severe impact on the sector, even as it seeks to obtain recognition for how it benefits society, economic development, and the environment. What role will our sector be given during the new French presidential mandate? This panel discussion will be an opportunity to shed light on the overall direction of the new legislature in terms of sustainable mobility.