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As we go back to school, to work, to sports clubs, and cafés, public transport is ready for us. Ready to link our society together, ready to innovate as mobility evolves, ready to foster our relationships, and ready to enhance the cities we live in.
But we need to keep investing, developing and innovating. If we continue to nurture public transport, it will draw people into cities and create better, more inclusive and accessible cities. Only with our joint commitment can public transport and its workers, continue to bring cities to life.
Every day is another step in our journey, and how we choose to get there is key.
Count on public transport to provide Mobility for Life.
Public transport is the lifeline for cities and its communities.
Innovation fuels tomorrow’s experience.
Explore the world, while keeping it healthy.
Greener, quieter cities and active lifestyles.
Pre-written social media posts, eye-catching visuals and much more; check out the toolkit and share the content on your own channels.
We aim to spread Mobility for Life far and wide, please share it on any of your corporate digital, printed or physical channels: e.g. website, newsletter, social media, magazine, in stations, in vehicles and around your cities.
What is in the toolkit?
Please use #MobilityForLife whenever you can!
The Mobility For Life campaign is built on four pillars: Mobility Links Life, Mobility Innovates Life, Mobility Fosters Life and Mobility Enhances Life. Each of these pillars tells part of the story of why we can count on public transport to provide the mobility we all need.
After all, it links regions, cultures and people together with reliable and strong networks. And while we use it every day, the sector’s passionate workers tirelessly innovate; creating a better, more personal experience.
Through allowing everybody regardless of age, financial resources or physical ability to discover their surroundings sustainably, public transport fosters our communities sustainably. Finally, by removing cars from the road, and reducing noise and air pollution, a good public transport system enhances the cities we live in.
For mobility to continue to link people together, the sector has to make resilience of networks and services a key element of its strategies. UITP Senior Director Strategy, Sylvain Haon shares what steps public transport has to undertake to remain resilient in a world where natural disasters become more frequent and intense.