Since the 18th of September 2015, Brussels Metropolitan has adopted a specific orientation: the Mobility Shift.
Today, several studies point out that the Brussels metropolis is one of the most congested of Europe, while others warn Belgium against a real loss of competitiveness caused by car congestion. This loss of efficiency comes with a growing frustration of and with environmental damages and urban planning mishaps without precedent.
The business world asks our political decision makers to consider a real Mobility shift. In order to do so, the business world asks them to overcome the traditional political divides, to get rid of paralyzing ideologies and to transcend the geographical and institutional boundaries that result from the consecutive state reforms.
For our modern human societies, mobility is a condition for well-being and prosperity. Only a joint mobilization of all transport stakeholders (both public and private, transport suppliers and consumers) will allow for the necessary solutions to be found.