International Citizens’ Debate

Tomorrow, our lives with
driverless mobility

More than an innovation, the arrival of new mobility services could be the next (r)evolution of the 21st century. Driverless cars, flying taxis, autonomous public transportation available 24/7… what used to be seen as pure science-fiction is about to become a part of our reality. And it will radically transform our relationship to mobility and the shape of our towns, cities and rural areas. So join a debate near you and help shape the mobility of tomorrow!

What if YOU had a say in this (r)evolution?

While both public and private stakeholders are preparing the future of mobility, one collective voice remains to be heard: the citizens’. Join the debate, share your insights, and help shape the decision-making process. Anyone can participate! No specific knowledge is required. The dialogues will be organized to make sure every participant feels comfortable and can share their ideas and thoughts with the others.

How does an International Citizens’ Debate work?

Around one hundred participants are invited to join the debate in each partner city. Panels are designed to represent the diversity of the population.

In each city, participants will go to a venue where they form groups of 5-6 people around each table. With the help of a facilitator, they debate about their hopes, fears and expectations around driverless mobility.

For several weeks, tens of thousands of people worldwide will take part in the process online too. They are given the same informational material as the participants at the face-to-face debate.

The data and participant insights will be collected and brought to the attention of the decision-makers who are preparing the future of mobility (governments, companies, NGOs…). The data will also be made available to the public.


Europe: April-June 2019
USA: May-August 2019
Singapore: April 2019
Canada: June 2019

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