On two, four or more wheels; on road or on rails; to commute, to go on vacation or for pure pleasure; from individual to collective mobility solutions, we have never stopped moving. But, today, the transportation sector has a fundamental objective: reduce carbon and other emissions by utilizing clean energy, low-carbon materials and other innovations.

These changes do not mean that we are going to stop moving, but rather that these changes will result in a shift in how we access mobility.

Over the coming decade, experts expect that the world will move from private ownership of transport to shared solutions. Whether it is bikes or cars, Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified (CASE) solutions will become more important for individual mobility over short and medium distances. 

For the mass transportation of people and cargo, rail solutions and new technologies such as Hyperloop will grow in importance. Future mobility solutions will rely on decarbonized powertrains, including electric and fuel cell technology, to meet the 2050 Paris Agreement targets.


ArcelorMittal and Nebrija University use 3D printing to build a motorbike chassis

This close collaboration between ArcelorMittal and the Materials and Advance Manufacturing research group (MOD3RN) at Nebrija University has led to the manufacture of a steel chassis that could revolutionise the motorbike world

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