6th European Mobility Days of Strasbourg

16 - 17 May 2024

6th European Mobility Days of Strasbourg

Mobility in the regions: The challenge of demand

Facing the ecological emergency and the need to decarbonise mobility, local and regional authorities are mobilised to develop ambitious public policies in a context marked by an accumulation of crises (health, energy, economic, etc.) that are having a major impact on their financial capacities. Supply policies to develop active modes of transport or the use of public transport run the risk of generating demand that is increasingly difficult and costly to satisfy, or of coming up against unsustainable mobility expectations. So how to reconcile offer and demand for mobility? This issue will be at the heart of the 6th European Mobility Days of Strasbourg, organised on 16 and 17 May 2024 by Cerema and CNFPT, in partnership with the Strasbourg Eurométropole, GART, UTP, MOT, UGE, FNAU, ADEUS (Strasbourg Urban Planning Agency), and the European POLIS network. 

Objectives & Programme

These days aim to discuss and exchange ideas based on European and international examples, in order to compare and understand the issues and levers for action, and thus act effectively to promote sustainable mobility policies. These days will be divided into 4 main sessions:

  • Session 1: Residents and regions: can expectations be reconciled?
  • Session 2: Public spaces : new uses, new sharing
  • Session 3: Round table: “Is the city of proximity a long way off?
  • Session 4: Public transport, between multimodality and financial constraints

For more information, read the programme.


The public event is open to elected representatives and decision-makers, local authority technicians, researchers, government departments, companies and consultancies. Speakers will make their presentations in French or English. Simultaneous translation will be provided.


Register to attend by 3 May 2024.


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European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe programme under grant agreement No. 101103924. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

Mission Cities

REALLOCATE is a project under the CIVITAS Initiative, an EU-funded programme working to make sustainable and smart mobility a reality for all, and contributes to the goals of the EU Mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.