The large majority of European citizens live in an urban environment, living day-to-day in the same space and moving around using the same infrastructure. Mobility is one of the most important domains of cities and territories today. With the growing concentration of people in urban centers, the challenges have also grown exponentially.
Both in Portugal, as in other European cities, populations face problems caused by transport and traffic. So, an important question arises: how to improve mobility in order to reduce congestion, the number of accidents and pollution in cities? This was a question we asked entrepreneurs of the Portuguese startup ecosystem.