In the face of challenges relating to climate, energy, air quality, health, or even a region’s attractiveness and dynamism, mobility is experiencing a revolution. It is becoming multimodal and drawing on numerous methods of transport. New services are joining the existing transport methods in place. The emergence of digital information services, car sharing, self-service electric vehicles and more bears witness to the changes happening to transport methods and ways of life, affecting an entire ecosystem of workers. Public authorities, longstanding stakeholders, car manufacturers and new arrivals are all being challenged to offer innovative services whilst also keeping a control on costs and ensuring that they are accessible, secure and satisfactory for users.