The PSA Peugeot Citroën Foundation supports social, educational, cultural and environmental projects in the field of mobility, as expressed in its “A world on the move” baseline. The Foundation embodies the Group’s commitment to initiatives that are useful for the community. Through its action and influence, it seeks to build or strengthen bridges between associations, NGOs and the company to put the world in motion together.
Award ceremony for the third edition of the “Better Mobility Better Life!” Prize in Shanghai
▪ November 17, during the THNS Conference organised by the French Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tongji University.
▪ This prize helps to identify innovative mobility management solutions in China.
▪ The prize is run in partnership with the World Bank, Tongji University, the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban and Rural Development’s Transportation Research Centre, and the journal Urban Transport.
Publication of the 2nd “City at Home” collection
Qualitative survey of home service providers working with ASSAD Besançon-Pontarlier
▪ Contents: the global context of home service provision, the survey, future directions…
IVM-Latin America took part in the International Seminar on “Cities and Mobility”»
▪ Porto Alegre, November 21-23, 2012
Event organised by the FAU-PUCP University of Porto Alegre, with the support of Barcelona Polytechnic University and Barcelona Movilidad
Lecture cycle and workshop “Ciudad Legible/The Legible City” in Buenos Aires
▪ October 19-20, 2012, at the Centro Metropolitano de Diseño
As part of the Buenos Aires International Design Festival
▪ Lecture cycle and workshop “Ciudad Legible/The Legible City” in Buenos Aires
▪ In Buenos Aires, Río de Janeiro, Lima, Porto Alegre, current IVM work includes a set of projects on “The Legible City”, covering multimodal and urban information systems in public transport, and urban and landscape design.
▪ In Lyon, learning mobility – systems to help people read the city.
▪ Watch the film
of the Making of Movement,
a 3-D summary of
the main questions tackled
▪ And access all our videos,
and exhibition extracts
on IVM’s YouTube channel
“What is it that drives public action on urban mobility issues? The making of movement”
Santiago du Chili, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Shanghai, Pékin, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Mexico, Lima…
■ Access: the speakers’ papers, the results of the Young Researcher Prize, new contributiuons…
Legible City workshops in Argentina:
“Ciudad Legible”, a new on-board information system on bus routes, at intermodal connections and at the city’s main focal points: transport serving the city
▪ in Buenos Aires on October 19-21 as part of the Design Festival:
Development of multimodal urban information on the city’s three main bus routes (soon 50 additional routes)
Mobility in the outskirts
Special edition of the magazine Place Publique – May 2012
Produced by IVM and the Rennes Urban Planning and Intercommunal Development Agency (Audiar), editors Eric Le Breton and Bruno Le Corre
▪ Following on from the student competition run in 2011 – “Things are moving in the outskirts” – and to demonstrate that the outskirts can be an area of innovation for the future city, this major project presents surveys, interviews with people from very different professional spheres, and the student projects.
Mobility, right or constraint? Imposed right or free right? The right of rights?
Contribution to IVM’s debate on the right to mobility:
▪ Eric Le Breton, “The mobile society and the right of the passerby”
▪ Jean-Pierre Orfeuil, “Ten years of “right to mobility”. What next?”
City on the Move Institute Exhibition, already staged a 4 different versions in 15 cities: Paris, Shanghai, Buenos Aires, Toronto, Pékin, Santiago de Chile, Rio de Janeiro, Montréal, Rosario, Bogota, Barcelona, Lisbonne, Lima, São Paulo, Caen…
enhanced and updated
Building Technique Press, Beijing
City on the move
10, rue des Halles, 75001 Paris, France, tél. : 33 (0)1 53 40 95 60, fax : 33 (0)1 53 40 95 61.
General delegate Mireille Apel-Muller Assistant Pascale Binnié
Administration and accounts Christine Billon Project management coordinator Laetitia Piccinini
Press Solange Collery