Active mobility

Did you know that most of our journeys are below 3 kilometres and could easily be done biking or walking? That’s how you limit motorised traffic and its environmental impact.

Walking, cycling, scootering, skateboarding, roller blading and all other types of non-motorised travel are types of “active mobility”. The term also covers any way of moving around by human effort alone and therefore excludes travelling on public transport. Active modes of transport tick a number of environmental boxes – reduction of noise, air pollution and CO2 emissions – and have a major impact on our health.

Got a bike? Take advantage of the numerous mBox facilities provided throughout the country: these bike parks are accessible 24h/7, so you can park your bike with complete peace of mind.